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NANCY REINDL . . . 


.... Editor 


JEROME ROWE . . . 


. Associate Editor 


THOMAS HELLER . . 


. Production Editor 


REBECCA GRALOW . 


. . Literary Editor 


DR. DAVID BARNARD 


. . . . Advisor 


ROBERT SATHER . . 


Literary Advisor 



STOUT STATE COLLEGE 

MENOMONIE, WISCONSIN 



Enrolled at Stout State Colloge art alxtaan- hundred 
young man and woman embarked on the time-honored 
pathways to mature skill and knowledge, This book, 
the 1963 TOWER, Is not only a memory album of the 
laurels of sport, the glodneis of youth, and the genuine 
fun of fellowship in looming, though these ere an Inte- 
gral end valuable part of college fife everywhere; It la 
alio a permanent record of one year's progress In the 
development end use of the traditional tools and talents 
-those of hand, eye, end rule-es well es thoio of word 
end mind, book end Idee, These esiabllihed pathways, 
old and new, whereon atudsnts strive and seek to find, 
are to prepare them for We In the Twentieth Century, 
and, Indeed, to equip them to traverse new pathwaye 
In this dawning age of spsce. 





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COOPERATION - 174 




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Aft iiudwk al Stoul . . . 




Indoors and outdoors, in ihc (heater, 
the arena, the dormitories, and all around 

the campus, students make this college put- 
sate with life — in song and sport, at work 
and play. 





m dbum to fieow to 
(to ft&wefJtutg wM . . . 



Here the delicate, swift, and sure skills 
of hand and eye in control of the intricate 
machine, the finest instrument, and the 
elemental tool move toward mastery. The 
ability to do well i> highly prized. 





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The nerve cento ol (he college com- 

H i'y iiiu.i nlwayi be the library, and In 

tlirMxiijiiii.il exchange ««l wordiancl ideal, 
.1 free and enlightened tocicty is nurtured, 
I'hrough lecture, icminar, reading, and 
the perennial dormitory teutons, iiudenu 
. xpand and deepen then minds, 







and attempt to tiduk, cad Cine, oieaiwdu 










Within tin- laboratories, uudiac, dan 
rooms, machine shops, ami experimental 
kiichem <>i Sjoui Sun i oltcge, students 
meet wiih the tin and pridt <>i crafumn 
ihip in ill. tradition <>i Wi Kern Man 
\m<i. indeed, the very heart ><\ th< co 
purposes derives from the traditional skills 
<>i our i h iliMtion. 





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And il the COllcgC i^ liimU founded on all 

th.it is fines) in ihc pasl achievements ol man 
jti Im use "t nature's resources l> n the better 
mi' n i of liutn.it) life, it i> also acutel) awart ol 
marvelous vistas to i future good life. 

New materials, new techniques, new and so 
[ilmiU;itcil machines, and cntircl) new modes 
nI thought have come within our compass. 
\nd wc arc destined loraove swiftly down path- 
wiiys utidreiimcd ol two decades ;i«'». Stout 
State College i' focused on the new frontiers 
ol rwcmicih Century living. 



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B&id abb education 

Though Stout Siaic College is one or 
ihe nation's most highly rated schools spe- 
cializing in home economics and industrial 
education and technology, much emphasis 
is placed on broader fields of study. Stout 
also provides her students with a back- 
ground of general education, a vital pan 
of learning in every field- Departments 
arc maintained in education, psychology, 
English and Speech, science and mathe- 
matics, social sciences, physical education, 
and music Oilier departments are also 
developed under each specialized Meld of 
home economics, industrial education ami 
industrial technology. 

Students interested in field* other than 
home economics or industrial arts, are 
also able to build a curriculum around 
their field of interest. Those desiring to 
take prc-law, nursing, dentistry, medicine, 
engineering or social work, are enrolled U 
special students at Stout These young 
people are given every ixnsible aid in 
planning their curriculum to fulfill the 
requirements of their chosen profession. 

With the skills and knowledge gained 
at Stout, graduates are placed in school 
systems and technical and executive posi- 
tions in industry throughout the United 
States and much of the world. 




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I lie itudeni ol todaj need* a thorough train 
1 ' '■■'. "' his field, .iii.i his icachei must be well 
informed and highl) trained. I., provide luch 
masterful teachers, Stoui'i industrial Education 

program include! m< ulum with conccnira 

■ton in six different areas: dm ding, clcctrii ity, 
■-:• ncral ihop, granhi* iris, meuli powa mc 
chanics. and woodworking. Thisumt curricu 
linn leads to a bachelor of icicnci dcgrei with 
majors in cither Industrial Education ..i Vo 
cational Education, 

Nearly one-third ol the Industrial Education 
program consiiti "| practical application court 
es. These courses, common!] referred to ai 
shops, provide the studeni opportunities to th 
vclop his skills. 

Students enrolled in Industrial Education 

arc ii almost every Hate as well as from mam 

foreign nations. \nd because the Industrial 

Education prograi Stoui is the largest in 

the nation, students who majoi in Industrial 
Education arc prepared i" teach In publii 
vhools, technical schools, vocational ichoob, 
colleges, and universities. 

The Industrial Education program iv -U 
signed to produce an instructor lutving .1 broad 
and complete background <>t the principle! ol 
industry and education. 




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Girls attending Slum Stale College arc intro- 
duced i" many interesting phases of the School 
of I Ionic Economics. They arc offered majors 
in home economics education, clothing and tex- 
tiles, institutional management, home economics 
business with emphasis on foods and nutrition, 
dietetics, and general home economics. A 
twenty-two credit or two fifteen credit minor* 
arc offered in many areas, including English, 
journalism, chemistry, related arts, speech, 
mathematics, physics, biology, and social science. 
One hundred and twenty-eight semester hours 
arc required for graduation, at which time a 
Bachelor of Science degree is awarded, 

The girls gain knowledge not only through 
lectures and books, but also through laboratory 
work, including meal management, home man* 
Bgemcnl, and oilier ait .is. 

The graduate with her general academic and 
sjK-ciali/ed studies is qualified to contribute 
much to die education ol junior high and high 
school students, And after she has completed 
graduate courses, the girl may lie cpialified to 

teach students at the college level. 



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\s yet, there is no magic formula lor acquir- 
ing knowledge. And il college means a new lite 
of Inn and friendship, ii also means honest hard 
work, hie college siudcni must sunk. Then- 
is no substitute for regulai sessions wiih the 
book, the siraighi back chair, and quid concen- 
tration. Bin this does noi mean that one need 
become a drudge; ii docs mean thai ihc student 
should considei his time and choose intelli- 
gent!) between the library and the pool table, 
Though dun- is a pride in learning to do 
wmctliing well at Stout .Stale College, there i-> 
pride in the ability to deal with ideas. The 
student in electronics or dietetics may also l>» 
dealing with the poetry "l John Milton <>t the 
economic theory ol Vdam Smith. Regardless 
of one's major interest, ii is possible for students 
m broaden and deepen their minds by selection 

•>f courses in .1 well planned curriculum. But 
again, to learn to think, one must study. 



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With the heavj demands ol 'i.i"" ihi l<i1 ' 

hours "i concentrated study. .»'«< the whirl 

,,i extracurriculai activities, college students 
minigc i" pack man) events into [oui yean 
1 1 i% .. tvondei ihc) Find lime <" relax, bui find 
ih< mm iIhv <!" Ml uudenu need .» certain 
mcaiun ol leisure, i"' h give* them ii"><- w 
t, i] (l i on iheii progress and ><• think ovei m w 
problemi which confront them. Or ii ma) 
provide an opportunit) t"i Quici talk with 
., close Wend <n •> long walk I hew valuable 
moments ol relaxation enrich and deepen the 
t \jh rience "I education. 



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Students ;in offered ;i wide variety of activi- 
ties to participate in throughout the school 
year. An all-school picnic starts the year off 
right with the renewal of old acquaintances and 
the forming of new friendships. Orientation 
programs for new students are presented with 
emphasis on die development "I study habits. 

The student body may become familiar with 
cpiein candidates, organization leaders, and 
elite i leaders :u the convocations, I«ocal and pro- 
U wional entertainment are also featured. 

Dormitory parties and organization sponsored 
dances are held regularly throughout the year, 
plus Homecoming. Winter Carnival, and' die 
1'iom where all students have an opportunity 
to socialize. 

Stom Days are held annually to introduce 
high school seniors to the campus, curriculum. 
.um\ facilities, The student body contributes to 
die event by cooperating with die administra- 
tion to present display booths, demonstrations, 
and tours. 

Athli in organizations and many other forms 
<>1 recreation are available, which give the Kit- 
lent body a further opportunity to take part 
in a wide range of activities on campus. 



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have il" ii than ol tun and < x< iiemcnt \ lull 
schedule <>i Football games, homecoming 
mixers i>i<>wd<- .1 lull calendai >>'. fall ".ni 
events for freshmen as well as uppcrdassmen 

Sinn re* itudcntsan luck) enough 10 spend 
many wintei weekends ii home, we arc forum- 
ate to have "» man) activities Lyccumi con 
miis li.-V.iUill games, dances and i Winiti 

Carnival arc j<i«i a lew <»i the main ichool and 
dull sponsored activities ol the wintei season. 
Many U*A forward to the bin *W holiday dur- 
ing icmcuei break, •* well .1- weekend staling 
mi Lake Menomin. Swimming In Stout's ix-d 
is also popular on Saturday afternoons. 

Spring brings renewed tnieresi in the out-of- 
doors. Swimming and nin bathing, canoeing, 
and watei skiing are eagerly inticipaicd l»n- 
nil, track and baseball <>< perennially popular 
with many <»i the men. 

I*hus ever) season al Sunn brings with ii a 
variety »I activities, ranging from restful sport 
to quiei talks ovcj coffee al the center i>i in 
evening at the movies. 



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The student center is often culled "ilw «"| 
| CRC student's !••> >"« room." Here on campui 
ilm is true. The ceiuer at Slow Stale College, 
ihe Memorial Student Union, means something 
different 10 each student. Here is a place local 
.,,1.1 to meet nt» friends. During the ycai In 
creasing numbers <>l people relaxed and en 
joyed the television and sierco Facilities. Stu- 
dents drop in between claws or during .1 free 
period 10 enjoy pool, bridge, conversation and 
coffet »i man) ol the convcmenl services ol 
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Outward signs of growing paini 
can Ik- seen at Sioiil in die expan- 

sion of ilic campus. In September, 
:i new men's dormitory was com- 
pletcd, and another upper class- 
men's dormitory now under .on 
mi union is scheduled for occupan- 
cy in September, 1961 

To make room for the increas- 
ing number of students. .1 new 
priming department, photography 
laboratory, ami an audio-visual ecu- 
ier were recently completed. 

It is apparent thai many changes 
will he seen on Stout's campus, re- 
flecting die expanding needs of our 
college. 



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Homecoming, the favorite of fall col- 
lege events, was ushered in with a whirl 
of excitement ami color. Parties, decor- 
ations, as well as the traditional mums 
and pennants greeted the returning 
Alumni, and bustling students rushed 
lo stuff the last napkins into their floats. 

Attended by Princess Kathleen Car- 
dinal, Donna Merrick, and Ruth Hop- 
fensperger. Queen Sharon Wyss was pre- 
sented at the coronation ceremony Fri- 
day evening. 

The Homecoming royalty officially 
led the torchlight parade to Nelson 
Field for the burning of the letters. And 
so the weekend went, till the football 
game played in brilliant fall weather: 
there was fun for all even though our 
Itluedevils lost »> to ». Closing a week 
of activity, students and A I u in u i 
gathered in the Union ballroom for the 
Homecoming Dance. 



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On Deceinbci I, the founh annual Phi Sigma 
Epsilon Taleni Nite, presented before .1 . apa< ity 
crowd, gathered fifty-five Stout Siaic College 
students 10 display their talcius. All fifteen 
j, is showed ihe poise, originality and showman- 
ship ol the contestants which left a difficult 
decision for the judges. Nancy Cigowski, "The 
Happy Hobo." was selected the most outstand- 
ing individual actor, and this dance routine also 
won her the first place trophy. Second place 

iv.in a duel by Harney McCall and Gciri Bock, 

accompanied by Dorothy Jcrmnder. Third 
place was awarded 10 "The Clan." a group of 
inid^cis residing at die dorms. Jerry Counter. 
Girl Lang, and Dick Henry kept the show lively 
as masters ol ceremonies, and entertained the 
audience between the acts. From the proceeds. 
the l'hi Sigma Epsilon fraternity bestowed a 
onc-iliousjud dollar scholarship to the school 
to be used as pari ol the Federal Aid Grants 
given to students on this campus. 



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Freezing temperatures and lain,,., mow 
ushered III the l%* WiniCl Carnival on mui 
campus. I he gay weekend began with the 
coronation <■! Miss Sharon Pecka who reigned 
.is (jticcn for ihrce days ol restiviiies 

\Itci the coronation, the Alpha Phi sorority 
won ihc tug ol war among die wroriu com- 
pel hum. The Phi Omega Beta (raicrnm beat 
ihc members ol Phi Sigma Epsilon in the ici 
hockey game while the chilled students cheered 
them on to victory. 

The beautiful and elaborate ice carvings 
made the decisions difficult, Inn die judges 
gave first honors 10 Hovlid Hall and ihc Phi 
Omega Beta fraternity. In the evening, the 
Snowball dance was held in the union where 
the traditional Delta Zeta quill was given away. 

On Sunday the ice races WCTC held On Lake 
Mcnomin where the Delia Zeta car won first 
place, and Taintcr Mall copped the "Powdei 
Puff" race, a new feature (or the coeds. These 
events brought a close to the exciting and fun- 
I II U*l Winter Carnival. 



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aciij during the two performances ol 
mouii annual Mum Night, sponsored by 
I'lii Omega Beta fraternity. Committea 
and organizations work hard on iheii ikiu 
i» provide enjoyment tor die eniire uu 
deni body. The fraternities, wroritics, 
and residence halls eniei skits in two catc 
gorics humoroui and most beautiful. 

Proceeds from Mum Nighi provide a 
grant-in-aid to an incoming Freshman ath- 
letc I lii- year's winners were lainta 
Mall, first plate uiom huiwiruiu and Alpha 
Phi, first place most beautiful! Dune 
Wenzlei received the individual perform- 
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rhrcc CXCCllclX plays were pit -t mi. I ;u 
differeni intervals throughout the year. 
Tin' /.ark. a lyric play based On the siory 
of |n.!'i nt Arc. was the (all production. 
Anaslasia. a melodrama concerning the 
mystery of a supposedly surviving Russian 
princess, and The Boyfriend, a delightful 
musical comedy of tin.- "roaring twenties," 
completed the year's program. Interested 
students may help a* cast members, assist- 
ing directors, ushers, or stage crew mem- 
bers. A student may also work on make- 
up, costume, lighting, properties, or pub- 
licity. For months the actors and stage 
Crew work to perfect the play: practices 
are held at increasing frequency as open- 
ing night nears. and directly preceding the 
actual performances, rehearsals are sched- 
uled every evening. Students may obtain 
more experience and knowledge of dra- 
matics through the Stout curriculum 
which includes such courses as Theater 
Workshop. Stage Craft and Scene Design. 
and Play Production. 



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An old Scottish proverb says ihai whcrevci 

you may Ik- going. >° 11 » 1U »' s,an ,ro "! > m,r 
own back door. This maxim - appropriate to 

the theme of this yearbook. "Pathways, indi- 
cates 10 us thai ii would U- naive ami inaccurate 
to say thai forward is the only direction thai 

counts and ilui the future is all ihai matters. 
Ilu pasi can and does teach us many things: 

in the words of Tennyson, "1 am a pan ol all 

ihai 1 have met." 

However, lliete is no substiuue for a forward- 
looking, Forward-thinking person. Ii is he who 
i> able to profit From the lessons "I the past, to 
foresee and thus avoid unnecessary pitfalls and 
dangers. The same applies to colleges. 

We at Stout have a long tradition of taking 

the lessons and techniques ol the past and pro- 
mt and applying them to the future to make 
"in college the best it can possibly be at any 
given time. We expeei each graduating class 
lo he heller than the last. 

The years immediately ahead hold challenges 
perhaps unmatched in the history ol this or any 
OlhCI College. The great explosion of knowledge 
and the rapid change' in technology and living 
jxw problems which should be of primary con- 
cern to even- Faculty member, every student, 

;im\ every graduate. Much <>f the specific Sub- 
ject matter which you haw; learned these past 
loin years will M*>n become obsolete. This is a 
lad which main Hud difficult to comprehend. 



Oiu constant challenge is to gear the learning 
experiences at the college in such a way that 
our graduate not only leaves with a sound grasp 
ol the necessary subject matter, but that he has 
learned how lo learn. This should prepare him 
to meet (he unknown problems of ihc future. 

The level of planning necessary to meet this 
challenge is high. Hut the value to be gained by 
us all exceeds ihe price. Fortunately, this is ihc 
way of the world: great challenges breed great 
opportunities and still greater benefits. 

Looking ahead, you. as graduates, can and 
must play a vital role in Stout's future success. 
We expect lo keep in touch with you and we 
want our mutual accomplishments to be such 
that your piide iii your Alma Mater will con- 
tinue 10 grow. 

Looking back. I regret that 1 have not had 
ihe privilege of being with you during your 
loin years at Stout. However, ii is my hope 
that many doors have been opened to you and 
(hat in the future you will be able to build on 
the foundation laid here. II this is true, we will 
have been mutually successful. You will be 
Started along the pathway of a lifetime of learn- 
ing and achievement. You will continue to 

learn how to do things well, you will not be 
afraid 10 grapple with new ideas, and you will 
Face the future with a creative attitude. 

fTiesc are the marks of an educated person. 
May this be the pathway you choose to travel 
with vigor, foresight, and insight. 



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Sioul State College takes pride in hei cap 
,ii»i< and efficient administrative staff, the base 
or whose efforts ii the continual maintenance 
and further developmcni »i Stout's IiirIi stand 
ardi .ukI iis world-wide reputation. The i>.i*i« 
of .ill efforti i* to forcvei Impress those lii^n 
ideals on which Stout was founded industry, 
skill, .mi L liiiiiiir. The adnihmiiaiion i\ COO- 
itanil) alert to the needs ol iiu- students and 
is aware ol the demands ol the profession Un 
which the) arc preparing. Each year, due con 
■{deration i* given t.i possible revisions and 
modifications in curriculum and policies foi 
the betterment ol the school and student lntdy. 

Evidence ol an excellcni administration b 
mtii in the continued growth in enrollment 
and the constant |>n^n« toward a Ihmut col- 
lege. Joint efforts ol administration ami faculty 
provide the liijd' quality ol education and ex- 
cellcni direction toward making Stout State 
( mIIi .;. a truly unique college. 




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advancing inch own Kholastu attainment*. \ rn 1 man) 
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I'tllK Cll RUT! ANSON icacha Ac 

llllll A II. !%.!.. ti1ili.ilmsi.ll li.llli. 

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!ij>c him li«k on ilic Hoot in no lime. 



M\KY FRANCIS (1'IN.UV ir«lin 
HinilJiinnuU i>( Sjn-ctli. I'.wcniUlt ol 
I'nMii SiKJliii*. jik! Tnhnfaiut* ol 
Croup UaoVnfiip: HA. M_\. Uni 




MARY K. DONLEY. Aniuani Mbnr- 

im; II. V. MA. ITflircnllT ol Win on - 
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Rl( HARD I'. IRIHIKH.tl imdn 
Enilbli Codtpcaliioa. Ffatinnn En* 

ll>h II. IN' P.. \ II M I'MHIipIlM M* 



MARY K Will I Wis ir*.h« Hindi- 
menial* Hi Utiieii. An lUnon, n<"i*. 
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Suit College: MA Unbend] »i Wfc- 
ii-imii: CndtnlC wwk ji the I'nl'i-i- 
uii af Villi (jmluu. 



WARREN /. W \ I s<>N tencha Muh< 
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cousin. 



MYRON lUKiioi'R iradia I'M- 
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Night *iili j l«i ■>! light Ilium*. 



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C •» w M I imba Gradual* 
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'mi ji i •ihiinin.i Unlimlifi Mulu 
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SERVICES 

gewcuwa aiui awiteaw 

Indispensable to the practical operation 
of the college community in a consider- 
able number of courteous and ies]>onsible 
people whose special skills .mil experience 
arc called upon every day. This is to 
extend our warm appreciation of their 
services which, (hough they may no! al- 
ways hi- visible, are nevertheless needed. 

Among those who efficiently cany out 
die financial affairs are (he business man- 
ager, the accountant, and their staff. And 
in addition there are the secretaries and 
office workers who handle thousands ol 

details in the administration offices. 

Contributing greatly to the health, safe- 
ty, and imnioit of all on canlpUS are the 

college nurse, the supervisor ol buildings 
and staff, as well as the resident heads of 

(he dorm i lories. 



Rtllrl I (em |>li>>iul iiliii'iili i> it.iit.ih]<' lhlixi(h ihr iiikIiijI 
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1*1. Kuiligi'l, -lllin "I SlOUt'l Wiltiilu \f* ulliui. 

j.ic|..n,. j i. nil, mi board »*iiii alumni niinmutloo. 




ALUMNI ASSOC! \l ion 



Alumni play an important role in the co 
tinned development r>t Sioui Stale Colli 
Realizing then personal achievement !■> built 
on the solid foundation acquired ai Stout, mam 
alumni contribute annual!) to ihi growth and 
expansion <>i their Alma Mater. 

The Stoui Alumni Usoriauon is headed l.y 
Dr. Robert Rudiger, who direcu and coo 
nates the alumni groups located throughout 
the country, I Ik .(-%.» ration l<» |>- i complcu 
Hie '*f .ill Stoui graduates and record] and in- 
formation such .in occupation, position, extra 
activities, and family news, 

liy publishing :i biennual newsletter, the 
association seeks to interprei the college |**I* 
icy — its heritage, its dynamic present and its 
promising future. The collcgi newspaper, 
I Ml SHU IONIA, keeps -ill Eormct -m- 
dents regularly informed of the achievement] 
cii fellow graduates, curreni campus events; 
and other Stoui Alumni chaptei activities, 

The Alumni Association alto in.uin.iiii' an 
alumni bulletin board in li.nm Hall. Here 
tin- accomplishments of outstanding Stout 

Alumni an [niMni for the students and faculty 
to read. 



In Irrp .hi BCCUnIC alumni Iil< .mil tend ••<•' <i»l« 
arc ImpOttUll iluiir, Im Or, Ruttipr. 



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The (iist week in September five hundred 
freshmen arrived with grcai expectations "i 

llicir first year in college. They were cagci to 
enter this new way of life, bin at the Mine time 
were a little anxious ;ibout the future. Coming 
10 college was a big step— a step from a small 
island oi their own into a wide new world with 
many new people, interests, and opportunities. 
I lie freshmen soon learned that college in- 
cluded a grcai deal more than picnics, parties, 
and mixers. The introduction of the study 
program "Grappling with Ideas" in the orien- 
tation week program was a reminder that they 

had come to college to gei an education and 
made them realize how important it was to be 

able to combine social ami academic life. 

Homecoming was the first opportunity for 
the freshmen to show real spirit by getting 
together and working as a class. The spirit 
;>.is evidenced by the two very impressive floats 
entered in the Homecoming parade, and by 
the burning of letters representing Stout's rival. 
As the months passed, students learned what 
studying really meant. When semester tests 
suddenly arrived many wondered how the lime 
had passed so quickly and how much they had 
really learned during the first semester. 

During Winter Carnival it was the class's 
Opportunity to introduce six pretty coeds to 
the rest of the student body. After a week of 
campaigning and serenading the students voted 
Sharon Pccha to reign over the festivities, 

Vs their first year at Stout draws to a dose. 

the freshmen realize thai ibis new world they 
entered in September provided many opjxir- 
(unities for greater independence and broad- 
ened interests. They can look back on the 
good times, the new friends, and the knowl- 
edge gained; and they can also look forward to 

three more wonderful years ol college life. 



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Ikuck: LUuU \...' ... -iimmi ROW Raiti llodiinkr; Mm) Bolkwm; IImuiIi ttwm !•>' B«l«i I Umlln); |(id] Di 

i, in ., v (nil (in < i-i iii ■ i ■ iii. til Georgia Mu (ni liimit Kim knl»ii Ikihl*; lUinta] \ trii M.ri it.iii 

hulm; Kun llenii; Uonalil liklnwai Rul i »kyi v> il llama; IW nbpala; i" Mail totmn Ron I'aul (km 

CiiiiIm llrlha; I'aul limn, lira Builm: laMO i> ^ Wllliain MUrclu; VVIHMim Bniulli Sbekton Bum* Marvin Dtl/n: | ■ -■* ■ • > ■ Amu 

i ii i ii ROM Hi Ilrlcn (tin »ii". i«> Mil William Viktmn; Uiarla Bum|«Ii BniM Itarmi l>nj \ foul Intkl Bnctldf^ 

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iiiiiM imiu ILiiImir ttwl Uiamn llimnhl i Ratiliclj s ithn Vima Rom Brinlmanj IJndi i» rain i m 

Kaitij Itr Vilcti Mai) llakfi simimi ROW h. iiluitj I •>. Kami Unit; St i nra Mh Cuirf, Kailif I'm 

Kaihj ihai ' ion i ..ii.ii k,iin ii. .,. i..n it in mi ><i i inn ii i»i» Ki.t u.»|{iiiiii>iii|jii. lerakl llaulmn; 1 1 firm r.n llolan; 

riliabrll (...I.... I IM.ii. M.i.i. . I I !.(.. ti.il.1 1 i...... F ||| hillllllini" i... 

Kl»anli i glai i>i Will | Ituonill i< n rJiilu Rn in Maimi !>•» ll»rai - t> hi ' Itnxl Ri 

i" i l |iman mi in mm ii, H.. i.i u„ • i.. . ..- t i,., in, i !>,,,. ii.M/1.1 li.ii. . Paul Diiodl Rctn Dahli 

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ihiim ROM ■•>"" 0«*n. K>u ii.mi.i.1". line MjiIim. j.«ii™-Ioi«»i. Linda French} Bai « Detaliajcr; Manila llanlrton; |rarut 

..„ Kiihkai ii »i"Mi k»»« |i"i GHbaum; Wonka FaUcs Carolyn Hawte: Manru« llajMlmftaru Mara, 

Ibuan Mm Um llaniraiua; Paub ImoIw lane Kinipo: Mawine Hell: iwinic HcndiktMn. mini* roiv |im i.jtfuUL: B»«r 

lit* Cmndahlj Ju.l.ih lull., bnm bmti (ant* Halm: H«tj Untune R<> CWow Roteil Koppa FOl Kin ROW: Edd) 

., ir-i.i: |ii., Kacpte i»i,i H I ■' GmWii Bill) Kinlt Gai) wnfrti Cmj ™**r I""" l "'" 1 : ki>i>cii Kciiv. 

HUH Kt>H l<-t Ckncte NOfbttl Kcopplc «-n< Gorat Jim ilrr!>M. WlUlun MOKE Miiha#l Krllci: HiiluM Jnim: !<>"i Johnnin: 

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Uaoa SECOND ROM Kan Van frnhMK ttryllH llcadeli Nann (-.il"n; M.i- (Uil: IK.i.nti. llj K rn. I'aimu 

m.pi i ,i llnublmoa i batjl llntmatb Diaiui Holiainpfc; Maty Grub* I IHKK kii« x<>Ih-m Fnith: < luilr- (— mini Rjchaid 

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h<i» I itm Itochwttr i r. -i.it, I in i imiiLii Don H.-ii"-. h.iui Fmukaaoo; Itauh Holing: Robai Cdhia: FomNU Cog; R«*««i 

ItodUnrkf, Ri,n-M KaUln )■" Fttllcn RKhaMI Ifctn mill ROW; R-*ri Han di |lm llaiuon Inn Fatt.InM: Hill l.o.p..l...rl; 

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Rutlunnr lllldOUK StUfOfl llutkm SECOND ROW: Jeiim- Mo.r Mutea K«MMW Vim 1<«hi»»«i EUm 

Kuntm: Raihra |obMoa: »..• Kok R»lh) Ki»ckl; Unutc |<4iu-ii. lutiMi. t i iW iihki> ROW Inri i Ham] 

Milbr: Jn" UanKiti lien ' I" Ktppat; Pal Km (.Mir. Card li™i; "■> 

1'ilkiii ROW: Paul UiConnkfc Uaulw* MiN.il. Paul Matter*; Roto » Urobaaw 

M. i..! i Knoill GvnM [atopc Robrtl Raj-* Mini ROW: OoaM Una: Rw*l Kj* I | lhaasa* 

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>« pindj M,-,,: Barbara Lowe I ■ ... toolei: k.ih- I'.i.i-n; Ra.r.d k..!*n.: Jwn K««ci! v.ni,, uwn. *'»"»- 
Anntlic OlUXIlic M.«>\|> mm l.nri OUwn; Drjniu Nell; NSBC1 PoUlA J*nct Ncurm: Kami B»u: [<■ ■»'"> «""• 
. paiiub Nobkbo Mi M.n.,. iiiiKh HOW: i--. RonatotnU: Kaii.lnn Ramocki: Mutate R«hi.i im..u i rojw. 
.... Dorotln Kiehcu < -mill* OuruaU; Vkior R*""-i: Bean Noth. nil- I li ROW: [ante* PolonM DewaM £»"■*• J«™ 
S'iartl Bmg Fob; »-.»i- Rwk Can P RmuomI OdntU: MUa Puce* KtnflcUi w.„ Hint Rou 

fnhn Oban: Out. Rulh: Itougb* Rij>kv I h.do Rcor* D.xlI 0.. ; <.l»n Robert t: iunk RiinVUH lull O/Ra; kennem Aeuan, wan 

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Lrrnun; Hutu Mantil. SHOW) ROW: Kaihle Undo-: Saniua Iujeji. IW.1.1.1. Mttall: J.nrl Land; *€TO UsfR l'*ul» l«h: linda 
Loppaow; siri>h™i MiUo; un Mantall; Quoin Uati third BOW: Outna l<hm*n; B«... Mumpn: j™ n.™. i*.*.- 
Carak Ham Bowk Utntr: Thorn* Moma* Rum Un« r.*«ii Km: J.™- ate i ">¥*?" RO« taaU >»£JJ-" 
LboU: l-u b*BM*un IV-i Mjiiin: (-rut.! Milln: 1.—1 Voiin*: AJtni 1*1-11. Dale Rondl: D.uw N*OBJ J™"* Ret.* HllHRoU. 
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vtifiau SvAali ^- Sthmuu "iiimi »<m' Robin k«u« Mnlnc Sauial; Flarcwr 1<Kt; |n,:i Mn i-.i fctbmntil: Carole 

'"*'"'■ r«iotjn Waiphal i ■■ . iniHDkow Mart, Stiohnuxli: I ID White 1*00 

i :. w. ii Sindn 'ii-ii |'n« Robrn mmrih R(i\\ DtVu V, 

,ll| i | ' 1 I I'm WhMmare; Dki viim. Damii vi-i.rn. Paul «j.k. Pairidi Mmiu. Until rrauttwr; Hill 

Mini mm Neraua hmtaH Hn Id llaroM Mtod; Bob IVjUtinai; lr h.» n'okfti GcnM rkU lohn 

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M.u,.i" Ward: <i,.ni Dtbd: [am IVem ' IWiji Pw H'tnm iiiikii row v,,. Wnti • 

I imirt: <-n>i$;r \\ dm ii i . Dtvtd I Back I Ml Ittngli IVjiii I mini. I -<• K jli'i x). Mm in WjUr I ( >l RIM RON |imi - I 

SauicMn; Riiii'd Stoddard iw.ii Wantr; jumta Whea,; ( •->>*: Voji: Om mnboldj <■<*"£* \* . 

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M.iiin-iii'- Flaiugan sF,i hm' how Mmi I" Ganoaani Jerritjnii Dcdn >udi Ewhcid; Marian Dunn; Jeanne Dud! Satoa Doumr 
Nann (;i*u*Jj (Jnial I >!«»)['"■»«:■ «*" '"" Carbon: UmIIid Enlnunn llllkli ROW Wnold t....... Robed Engelta (inn 

CrweaD: p*i Gnbia I i' ; ma mc. ta»e Gaderiund: li.un. Dahti K.«ui<l Gaudc*. lot kin how Daft iu\. tan 

Inlet- ( hud Fall !>■'.: i <■■• DoMbed BUI Dotea: Can Gchwui: Howard i.i<i'; Itaml Drqpu I n I n now raul 

Derim rota Donate*: Rwadt Duenna; Norma Frako: HaraU Enienieich; rod) Gullfdjoo; DatM Irxiin. Edward Gurikben: row 
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ii.ii. Um IUImu SECOND Ron Dorotlr) leinandrr; Chihilnc Johnion: Diarwe knnoem; ltd Hoflnun; Boat] ll.iwn: Man 
inn Jaeger; Iltlm HttabnHt Aim Hondd D it - ■ Doom Hinhtoiuiei llllRliRow id.e l.lmtow; Ciene Hjii-.ii: kjiln 

k'p'ii"ii'l: |mn HflWle M j: » .him D I HDD fi!i*w-n; bin Linden I "« ' > - Lowci lil»4iil Ki-lil lOI'K I II ROW\ hoiil Kfnncili; 

lliir ll..|i!iLi"; Oil" ll<*^>iui. |iil> llillnun: lama «,:•-> « . Paul llxlrn: Itmr kculn. Ilin HamoOJ Kulliii I-iiwui. W1II11111 UaTOU 
III III ROW I liciil l.lY.i'i William I..lin~.n: llm.r HiMc Robnl limning: I'tin |ijuiw.ti. \oM Hirgnttti I""" krrln; «Iail 

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RnbMM iui— ... )Uri-.- Waft* HXOND ROW: Mtn Mitffi !■"■■ ftWCTi Carol flbell Dobiu vm,,.". Carol rhorp. [«n 

\..<i tvwrii.k hmtra IVMm; i.mr. n. in nim William Hainan Innn /octlrtn; Ki.h.ui B'.ii^h dwi 

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Kiinhii BnMnl "-liniiiti. Will bra Siukki Robrtl Model i i'K"i trtw FII1II ROW 

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Kathl RiHiakn; Kind l*aini; Harlan S>rink< h forth I'm- (oi kill now k. ■ ■ 

ki.-iK... Btnuud Schmidt; Wiiiuii. M.uii.. K..i>m Sullrl: Rlthaid Sandarani LrRm v.- | ill i h row 

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ikom mm Kiihkrn Cardinal; Jud^ DotOM Bnbam DranbuiB |Mnnc Bowe; Siltlq Coau; !*■ h) Brandt: fc." linrimn: l.«ri.n 

H..il: I'luiii. lutir UCOND mm lamt* toad Sw Brnmnci; |iil Cunan; K»w ChitulanaoDi Pal VipnlnWili stir Banovkbi Man 

I Mbmhi; Oka Ohm iniKDKim. 5m Cha*c Batbaia Campbell: Call DkM; Kaj Botttcfatn Kiihkoi Bocok Cynlbla 

B«*« iljn (in-- < jl.1».ri. lo*n lvli.ii. tlijilrnc llir.Lt. MlfKIII K"" Vol IliiMi: It. lik-l- l>n 1 l.itf i<i.l< ■ \Ijii P«Uum: 
Ii-«iJi Braaarr Mju Buidarfli Ed l,»nn Biiifc Wadun Cwfaman; Dnutb Chibinwo. HI in ROW: |im lUiiRcn; i.m\ 

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s.lli \im (illiii-; (..in lur— SECOND K("» [UUtT H.linu; Anr« Irtwi. Bcil* (.tiW; 

Dougfalfi Chrbllnr I .dm: Jiuu llankOHi Km lliumi Carol Abtnwtil. I'juli Hodd IIIIRI) KOW. < hrdfi |rnra Pi ■ 
lln m.iiiiih': Hanln Houff (ta RjUhcrt; Mduid Bnwmba: D>*M Bob* B"<t» Brtrlc CnnBw lOl'RTH Ro\t 

("tin lullfi. Iiitnif lln k: I mi IpptMOO; (mi DcLoU ■■ Un: Jim IWm.1i: Ijairmr Bnbop: Hi" M,..-. HH M ROW 

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lv»t. rtnii>< iiiiii MiuMi k<>» Iubci lulu im B 'ii-i. |." iiiiiin. K-ijc Clitluumon; B« ligantotabll Sue BiMnklil Mil) 

>-v.,i | titmlu Men Chan mi»n mm • . . A -m... i .i,uj...ii. Call n..i<i. Kai OoHUhm Kuhkvn Bonn: Cvnihb 

Mm tnm * •ii-'ii. |«.i.r Delphi StnilnM IHrtki ioihiii now \"i BIwci; in ivn.i. i».t. DuiiQtLc; Vbn Ifuhara: 

a ■'!■•'. M-i> H N I.! I HI. I. ml; I 'mi lln.1. U.ll.i (ii.tn.un II, iiiik < Intm li-.i III III H(»lV |u>i llnipn. I.niv 

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Iktisi RQU'i \udrn <.iiiiili. ciiinl ledum; Marniei Ann Glcnnnn; iJnda Hi.Iih-. Miiln Huiban: VUrKim friUngn; kairu J< 

s.iiii tan (din.v Getri liir«. SECOND ROW: Unkw lf*ljnn. tanc Fawn ruiii «.i.ii..«. Undi C>MpnMl Im 

iWyint: chrWliw i.ii-i. |ivin n.iii-n Kiu lumen; Cvol tbburhk i*juI» iimiri. ciiiRit row- i»«it inum. >'••■- 

(In Fleming; Miltln Horn lim Raihcri: Rkhaid Bninmlto; DaiU Bohre Rn*nr BdLrin Grant Bm mi mil Kit" 
ihn li.liii: EugnK Urn. Jim Appktm: Jim Detour Boh Blrdiln; Jim Bo I IU» hi im x<m U 

lillci: BnU I iill'tnoii; Jon 1 ■- i. Hill llrmri. FOB> falmld; ll"«i <<->l". knm"li l*l-i DM Hinnl.*. INm Itun 

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Scliutu VlnUil* Itouimqn >iMiMi«<m lo* hou: M.n Vattfi !"■< Scbocnucfga: "un.ii* Hiralk; *■»<» Vi.ll.inni; mUit 
wtlkn; tfuilr* wimr. K.J--H /liiin iniki) row. Uihui Uhcn Wayoe Wahen; Chula nioiwn; Umbo ivtillin*) Km w.ii.i.; 



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of campui lift, he can noi help bui review 
the four active years thai have passed be- 
Fore him. In addition to his memoriet <ii 

iI.isms. term papus. and piolissins. lit 
recalls the activities Ik* SO enthusiastically 
supported! "Ball Mai"— his Freshman For- 
mal . "Penthouse Serenade"— his Junior 

Prom, picnics and parties, mixers, athletic 
events, concerts and dramatic productions, 

anil I lomicomingv 

The senior looks back lo the days lie 

spent as •< freshman and remembers the 

awe and respect he heUI lor seniors, lie 
liMpis thai In. too, is looked upon by fresh 
men in litis same manner. The senior re- 

members various episodes of his sopho- 
more and junior years, but these yean 

pass so quickly thai hi* memories become 

mete snatches ol an overall picture. He 
stands now with college life, a pleasant 

memory and enriching experience behind 
him, and ready to approach a new under 1 
taking— graduation and the life which 

lies beyond. 

Me remembers with an odd mixture ol 

sadness and joy the people he um and 
the friends he made, h is widi Stowing 
nostalgia thai lie realizes be will In leav- 
ing acquaintances whom he may never 
see again. Me knows, too, that he ean 
never return to being the carefree, fun- 

loving student. 
In a few short minutes, four years ol the 

senior's life becomes ikisI tense— he is a 
beginner again. |usl a few steps, perhaps 

a lew tears, a diploma, congratulations, 

and goodbyes, and ilieli the big step 10 a 

new way ol lite— a career, graduate school. 

the armed Services, or marriage. 

lire senior poSSCSSCS many qualities 
among which courage stands forth. It 

lakes coinage for the senior to gathit bis 

college memoirs into a chapter ot life's 

past history and set 0UI on a new pathway 

into an uncertain yet challenging Future* 



In Ihdl IM |tril«.iii«lhr ait llK I 

.>liini> |nd) "ii>- n..i»iii.i; I'"' 
mmuIi. new ihilnnin Sharon Wjm 
-inn". Illd I- ll"<K-l>. pRridBM. 




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FHONT ROW- lk*wh. UYnm.il>: lUtiuu Warnr. lk!.>io Walt EHjn Tbonanda; Sm Pitmen Cirotjn /atbc: J*nl« Smith: litti* 
fcholtt Vfarfaili muiiwnn. MtONn ROW I<*i Iron: Abu Valcn Unj S.l»«iil>ci«<i: Sjodni /until: kjrcn VOttnrtbi; nil. mi 
WiRm Quria WUie Robm iDdoi 11HRI> ROW: Anhui I'lwi: w»»ne Walim; thai In Ihumwn: Hi«tn uniMim; km Wohkfi 



Milium hhirlbn. 



I'(ll> D-.firr- Innunl ltd || .ViV 
llrt Sadir UmMM M.,;ii.ii' Vim 







SKMORS 



hnipm wtimteA 



As ihc senior lives through his last dayi 
of ■ anipiis life, he can not help but review 
the (our active years that have jwissed Ik.-- 
(ore him. In addition 10 his memories of 
classes, tenn papers, anil professors, he 
recalls the activities he so enthusiastically 
Supported, "Hali Mai"— his FrCSbman For- 
mal. "PcnlhOuSC Serenade"— his Junior 
I'kiiii, picnics and parties, mixers, alhlciic 

events, concerts and dramatic productions; 
and Homecomings. 

The senior looks hack to the days he 
spent as a freshman and remembers the 
awe and rcs|>cct he held (or seniors. He 
hopes that he, loo. is looked upon by fresh< 
men in (his same manner. The senior re- 
members various episodes of his sopho- 
more and junior years, but these years 
pass so (Hiickly thai his memories become 
mere snatches of an overall picture. He 
stands now with college life, a pleasant 
memory and enriching experience behind 
him. and ready to approach a new under- 
taking— graduation and the life which 

lies beyond. 

He remembers with an odd mixture o( 
sadness and joy the people he met and 
(he friends he made. It is with growing 
nostalgia that he realizes he will he leav- 
ing acquaintances whom he may never 
see again. He knows, too, that he can 
never return (o being the carefree, (un- 
loving student. 

In a few short minutes, four years of the 
senior's life becomes past tense— he is a 
beginner again. |us( a few steps, |*-rhaps 
a few tears, a diploma, congratulations, 
and goihlbyes. ami then (he big step to a 
nCW way of life— a career. grad(ia(c school, 
(he armed services, or marriage. 

The senior possesses many qualities 
among which courage stands forth. It 
lakes courage for the senior to gather his 
college memoirs into a chapter of life's 
past his(ory and set out on a new pathway 
into an uncertain yet challenging Future. 



In ihfir Iji pntonWMT »"' '!"• •<""-' 

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GeMiuc pbM 





linl UIDUk *" 

Al|«m«, Wit. 



I>4lli<t \l"l. 
fhxn. Wit. 



Killmii ll-iiiuiil 

MiiiimiiMilt. Wit. 



Th*rpi w». 

( <iiohn Huim 
Cklppcwi Mb) Wfc. 



HahUMMd AUMK*ht»in 1-1. \h«tj 

Sudan. Mi.-. Npl*T| Wll 



MMT* lin— — il, 
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tin- .ill tiulitvai 

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1l~Jill IllUtflll 



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MllHlHKHlU, Wk. 



Alan lit »•• mii'ii 
lliiMxillb-, HI*. 



Kim.nl RrtitliiiHl 
"» 1 1 1 1 — Jin. Minn. 



I'nir H'li* 



Urn HitaU 

vi. , \»„ 



\|MiU. HI*. 



Paiilik Bingham 

I'oilijf. HI*. 



t.r.-M Bk™ 



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lh.it* |i.<im-." 

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Vttt-iiia. »Vk 



|niti. kl.i-". 
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l.inrtbtr M.-Ki. 
W? tiiliiium, WM. 



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IVIIIInm JhmIii 
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IwU* .1 ib( Hftivliniilihaw Ball 



l.(in(. Kiitil 
Mnioiiioitk. Wk 

Ki.n.lil K.ilil 



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MiltdLitn Minn. 

1W*I)1 fci*it 

Wild*, WU. 



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Ilmilil I illikitn.lt 

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I. Ml I —Mi. 

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I .lift I "Kill 
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M. i."-(i Mi. 



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mdaBim and "wfc&'fl u4w" 



Mi<h->fl MOHOOVtf* 

i ta < i»ii». wit. 
HiiiUm McCImU 

»]i|p|i ii-ii. Wit. 




II.ili.ll Ma** 

Mi.'- ' hit. 



IHHtboto. Ilk 



I ..mil... Mrhrliih 
Kit, Minn. 



I Im in Mi l.i mi.- 

Woi Iktul. wu. 



I II nl -Hi "iihiim 
lulu, Wit. 



.Sharon >I jll in 

<>*«>|J. IVlt. 




Kanq Mudl 
iiijiI Crnk, wit. 

Allan May 

I' i hi tier. Wit. 



Iinlil Mibml 
OhicW, Wfa, 

h«««i Mrkt 
MllwnVcc, wit. 



Banc] M-tOrf 

( Inmirt) 1 1. 

Ilailk) Midurr 

(oliru.it), \V(i. 



Jntin HCffl 

ApfriMM, Wk 

UuIlM kinrll Mr)rr 

< lililmlrii, Mum 




|U 




V'lKt Mnuholild 

ippfcua, Wb 

llifjlulh NruaKirr 
y/tmaa, Wb 



[Ma MihIgiii 
WbUog »■'»" 

Mllltu Nrliwi 



Adrian Undkt 

II..H11 Dim, Wb. 



llkhoin. Wb 



Unb Nrlwti 

M.l- ..ik.. Wb. 



William MnlriliriKrr 
Mimior, Wb 




I u Vim Hmn 

M. .nlii .11-. W* 



Dk* Miiuh 
kr» j-luiii, Wit. 



lil«n Moilolj 

ilitn. k.iui. Il.iu.iii 



lima Mora 

( luihiook, Mum 

WlUUn Moarcn 

Witlhitmi. Wb. 

Gcnld Utkandj 

Contain, Wb. 



1« 




Kobnt on 

i m.,.-... i<ii< Wk 

HtraU "nit 






HffdUn I'ri.ti.l 

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1 ■ I N( 




I .1.1. . I'jutu* 

PauMlBft 0M« 

it.ti.1 raw* 
II Paul Minn 



I..1..1 IHrnitiilln 



M ..il.. Illii'll 

Rwdlbtui, H'b 



Mui Pvwnea Obn 

MniiMWinlr, Wit. 



( llllli III I'm IllllItDII 

Miiioni-mli, \*.. 



Mltllll Oj-lltl 

Wn lawn, WW 
i |)4 Oraw 

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I ■""• - Ki'IlJtrfwtl 

< (f.j.io-i,. Mil 



< • ml I'ii Uim 
H..I1L11.I (.n»i, WU. 



((■•ii 

Will 



<£u« trntiuth 
S.l.m, WU 



t'l.n..-. K><hni<i»l 

NdlbiMr, Wk 

Mill(...ti |Ut. Wit 



K.i. ii U.I.I 
MiiLh..o. k ... hi. 

CmUlM Kj»i««h 

Miiumimitr, WU 



II .1. ,.l i; .. i .1 

( iinlf Kilnx Virul 

Mm. j ni>. Wl» 




SENIORS 



fctifijutolup ft and f ftteweCCft 



H.. I.i i.l K..-I.I 
H- - Minn 



\ih;i.i.. R. 



N.iii. H.m.ll 
Mil-iuki.. Wk 



Mji« \iii" Kflmmilh 
II.i~.iiiI I..ir. Minn 



l.dJhliiH- R"-c 
Mcn.HniHitr. WU 

Inn Mtmr 

Ikli"". Wh 



MlM Hr«M 

.n (I..!. WW 



C'l" Rrlilttll 
Min.-ii.-lll, WU 




If- 




.1 lUrpu M„, V. ., ,. , ,,,,„ ,,.„, %hcn ,. 

iiil oil u* nrw lie 



(UK Ht««i- 
l.l-.ulrt. Ml. 



MrnifiiMitr. hU 



h .1.-1 SMMUriM 

Mii~.i-.l-- UK 



Galorilh >*■*- 



(..Mi Vulkjlllll 

rata Part, ill. 

In Ann Sjin[~on 
■mi j> lkiui|ll>. tVii. 

H«H<i siIijiIci 
WtHU, Wk 

«. 1-1.1(1 in Vlnllti 

I i. .i.i Wk 







11" 




M MORN 



|'M"> Sililunijil 

id. 1. 11.1. tvb 



\iltiui V'iikII 
NhrlNii K JM. Wit, 



I 1m Mill S. III. M|. 



IIji Iiiii V Ilia uili. I I 



(ut^y Mcmc-tiea 



nunc »...,,,. ftCC 



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MiUjnlrr. Ul.. 



Towrf, Mliifi. 





Jjmn St Nun i 

Ml, I. ,!«,». Ml, 



K«iuW Ntnutu 



rnu^i. «» 



K.m.W Vhnhrtt 



1. .,..:. S.1,,,11, 
III. L l.llh. Wl. 



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Nnnih, WU. 



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IrioMt *•«"* 

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SKNIOKS 



and tlccH. ahl&t fcoui yww. it woa <we* 




(mi. Mji M.iiI-i 
I I. .nl. ((it 

■palag \.> WU 



Mmthi. Mitni»iii 
< I-. »>t. 

II '.I 'ii I'll' Him 

> I »d« 



'lull!. Mi.Ui 

".-1-1*111. ((i 



irrUhrn M>..M..i..ti 
utfaridft, Wh 




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I'm \i I'litiiuii 
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lllllillt Wtlw 

IfoMnL Wk 



II Jtlirnl I linn xxi 
Kni'i't, Minn 



tnrmr 'loth 
Njgiljiiiru. |liti>R<i< 



■tun Mh«l*t«l 



\Mik< YiUn 

t .1 L Wk 



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i iMmii VmmhmImI 
IhrbniM Fan, «» 



ludtth »»iii i 

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Ilt.u.llil W»ll 

Kohrtln, Minn. 



M*lj H'jiill 
I.ikI, Wit. 



Shjuxi Win 

ll«i)i«ill*. Wh. 



MjiiUv VjjiuIo 
Kjhultii, Maul, Hawaii 



llfltt /.ii.hI. 

Mum j, Wii 



Jiirv /'imI* 
1*11 Chin, Hit. 



Jam /HII.1I1 
M >««."»>» i', Wit. 



M't<m I'oiiK. Wit. 




aewio* adwWm Ubl&t 



Aiilill. K\i!W\\. MOHAMMED; MiuitM &fttf*»m; Chi Lambda 

AHOI A. I.ll.\; //'•«!' /nmmniVi fifu.tilfnu; llonic K Club |-f. 

council I: SSA l: IRC I: Ml Club l-'.'; Stoutonta I. 2, I; Delta 
/iu 2-4. we |n-t. olmn In.nniiii: NBA j.|, <» pulilkitv .it- 
""'": ' s ' I; Alj.li* l''i """K-" UndcjtUMlf II 

AINWViiK fll. SANDRA: Uttmi Ironnmtft Mtitollim; (omnia Delia 
1-2; Young Demi -•. iceman '.'; Home li. Club I, 

AMYX. MAM.1V; hulwuial /rfii.rtltwi; AIAA 2-1. 

ANDERSON, DONALD; fnrfwfrtd £nV«[fan> Mi 21. viic in". (; 

"S" Club. 
VNDFJUON, innvvmi; ii> t \ u >uu,i Mumvm. 

ANDERSON, MARGARET: Horn i. ,.,„>, tdu,«im. 

AM-U.i. JOHN; fnAiUfwI i.tuian.m. i-lii dm^ iiru i-i. hhiotttn 

K III. 2 I. lijiiiuiuititr 10 SSA I 

wionni ig. i Kin. IndutftUt gJutallon; "S" chii. I I 
AKlS'll.N. RICHARD; rirnnnf tnduiUml Attn STS 5; Town ami 

Mixinmii ■•hMr q{ ij|>)tri &3j StOOl lilm SQCkM I, vie inn |. 
\K<>1 \. DAMll; tndumitl SdimMioni Oil l.rniM. 2 i; Vmii.* 
Demi z-4, pra 2 i. Sraplionb 3Iit«en M pro. 25; simitoni. 
8-4, »«( i|—nt i.ltior j. 
BADZINSKI, ROSEMARY; Home Ktmemla gdaailm: SNEA I; 

N.i.m.,1 ClUb Mi M"i"' 1 1 Clllb 4i Young Him. II; f|.i,i,| |,i 

lt\R\\Kl>. WII.MAM: lt..lmui«\ tdwah.m 

BARNEY, (AHOl.V.v i f. Xulrlliw; Young Drmt jM, ,||,jin 

.b.llnuit; NtWIDMI (lull II. !-.», | Rirmlin: All'lll I'tl (In™ 

ii; WRA I; Homo tr, ( lufa I; Ai.-i.rn i i.,i. i. 
BEGKMA.N, KONAt.l); Indumiat Ldwatta*; AMu I'bt 41iii«m 21 
v.<l- pta I; III | |; SNEA M, ti<c pm ft IRC St; lA 't : 
sioui rm!.i K i."ln.iir Idl-rwi |. 



BENSEMANN. MAN; /.,rl U U,i,I /„;,,. Jo*.; I,„|. |Wh. .S.«.i„«( 

Coram. 2-3, pre* J: tin ft Craft* Club 3. 
BRRGEN. IUDITII; GcM/mJ Uomt Bcmomlu; Drlu Zaa LM. m- 

m*iy I; lliiinr I*. Club M; Tow*i 3; I.5A l-V: Rlllc t:iub J; 

lintmn IhIhIUh.i ll;ilt J. 
BERGI.UND. RICHARD; ImtmirM Bdhfithf); IS\ 3 1, dauuRl 



I; Alplu I'ln Onwva 3-1, 
111'. I'l.llK: l...li.iiriDf (.(.j. 



urns. ri:rnK; Induwial Kdutetfan:$lpai Tau Gamma l-l, <haplin 
I; (amnlHiiy (ilili II, \nr*. I. Vl« put. '.'; SlOUIWlb -I; ToWCI 
2 |; «|« |.i.« intloi ilj«; oMnKbM IKnliil Mall SH. 

HUM. (,1K Al D; hiilmithil lilwallun: Xritman Club l-l, pio. 1; 
l»rti» Kappa L't. ifiHuicr 3: RjiIIo Kliiiiouii Club 2-1; ,SNH.\ 
.11; AIAA li; Tnik M. 

DINCHAM, rvi Kick: InHuiI'M IMUtotlon; Alu fc Crtfu Club 2* 

IIISI1KI. |()V(.|;l tl.nn, li,*,,,™,,, Mutation: Hnmo 1.. Clllb II; 

SNEA J-li wka » I; Gamma Delia II. »"■• pict. ami publbin: 
Haiul I. 

IKIHG1N. (OSKPHi IndutitM EduialU-n: ll'C M; IM 21; (lil 

l.iiiil-t» Z\; -\S.\ I: pin. .mk.i »1.»; omnvloi llrmluz Mall 4, 

HOTlId ll-ll V 
IIKH.IIIWIAN. IIAKH\R\ CI.IVRR; (.„„. rt f //„,„, />„„„„„>,; 

I (OW l«. (Juli 1-2; Yiriiuif liimt 2'3. 
BRISK!, I \kK\; fntfuirr/ul i-iu/.nU.,,; |>,iia Kappa 21; "V Club 

li; Football i :.'. TrMl i '-' 
ittiiM. RpRER'l'; Muslilal KtfuMrimi; it.tM ll, pit* 1-2. 

Gamma iWia 2-li u-i li; it. Sletlionlo Club 2-1. 

Ill Kl. DAVID; Initmnial ©fUrtlfON; Vil. ,V Cialu Club 21, »itir 

pin. t; M«iu SU(r SV>ill..i 31. ticamicr 1; USA |.£ \vn.lii.» 

nliol SulmiiKo |-2. 



141 



BUSS. I.VI.F; IndmUial Ttthnoltm; Mml. ( ■! 2-1. inc ' V 

Club l-l. lira.; Phi Omega HCM l-l,i«; i.pr. (i.-.|>»mii <M« IttU. 

IWYARSkl. THOMAS: /ii«finifMl Tithnloga Phi Sigma FiniM. !< I 

vi<c pttti Newman Club i l. 
cisii.nii.Kt., MVRNAi am* Et<mmk* Mutation: Alt>l» P>l 

Omega S-l: Sijjma Mjjiiij Mum. .11; Home |,. Qub S-fl SNI \ 

Cllim. RICHARD; Indwlrt*! Mutation: Football I* Wic-illng 1. 
CHRISTENSKN. PAULA; Now* ■..,„.„„„, Mm*ii«n; SNEA 2-1: 

Horn,- iv. Club II: Wrtlry 1-1. 
CURK, JUDITH; Grnrr«f Home fatmotniei; Hiniw la- Hub Mi 

Nr-man Club I. 
CI.XKK. NANCY; Hmt Kttmumiti Mutation; Sigma Minn* \|gma 

S-l: Home EC, Club l-l. 
CLARK, WAYNE; Itidumil Ttthnolof,; EPT 2-4. pie.. 4; Ra.h.. 

ElMimnfa* Club 3-1: Stout Undnviailuaic Fellow 3-1: ladaUrbj 

TmIi, Meeting C.imm. S-l. 
CONNI.RS. PAUL; InduUiial Ttthnotog,; I'M Slvma Emlloii 1-4, 

Iteav. pledge matin; Mi Club M. 
COOK. IIARBARA: Clothing * TfttHtaj Alpha Sigma Atph* 2-1: 

Home H. Cluh 1. 1; Alpha IM Omni. un.lmtuitt 2-1. 
CRUGER, LORETTAi l/omt Eemoala SdmailM; Home V,. club 

I. 2. 1: SNEA 3-1: Alpha hi™* Alpha 2-1. wng leader 3. inc.- 
iTi'iup dutlroun i. (ouiKlt member I. 
DAlil.F., PATRICIA: U""" tktmomla EttuMlJen; SNEA 2-1. uw. 

3! Sigma Sigma Sigma 21. uniopumliiig tee. I; Monte f'l. Club 

t-l; Norman Cluh l-l. 
DAI. I.MANN. GLORIA; Home CnWiomfa Mutation; Home Ec club 

l-l. Mn. I, ntiuwil Hi SNEA 21. Ilea. 2; Alpha Mrum Alpha 

2-1; I'lii Ilptilon OmlniHi 2-1; Gamma Delia II, piugiam tltaic 

nun 2: IVRl I; IVho\ Who 3. 
DEARTH, NORMAN; Imlmhiat Mutation: Mctatt Guild 2-1; EPT 4. 
DcWAIJ), KAREN; Worn* Kronomla Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma 

21: Home Ec. Qub 2-t: (Jni.il.urv Cluh 2-4. 
D1ETENBERGKR, JOSEPH. Indmfil Mutation; Newman Club II. 

■gt-at-ainu ami ii(c pit*.; RHIe Club I: Metab <iull<l 2-1. trnottei: 

SNEA 31: ALIA 3-1; Phi Sigma Emllon 2-4. Ihhiw lira.. 1. 
DONF.K, DAVID: InduMtial Mutation; Mrtalt Guild. 
D/UHAY. DIl'AYNF.; /nrfiMirfal Ttthnology; KPT 2-4; Siouionla 

1-4. nteulatloii tiiait.gei I: LSA Hi -Ml Club 2-3; Slow Under 

graduate Fellou. I. repieKWatlte i>l 1ml. T«h.: In.l. T«li. 

Sleeting Committee 2-4. 
KRICKSON, lOYCIE; Home tumomm Mutation; Home Fe. Cluh 1. 
I1RICKSON. SANFORD; huUiWwl l\d<i,ati,m and r*ehnt,toty; I'hi 

Omega Iku 2-t. Ileal. 3; "S" Club 3-4. 
IICRSTC. KOI.l.KF.N; V.tmitil llomf Fivnomin; Tokci I; Nrwnun 

Club 1-2. libiarian 1-2; Sigma Mgma Slgm* 21: llixme EC. Club 

1-1: Alpha pii Omcjja 21. ike pre*. 3. tee. 4. 
FESENMAIER, PATRICIA; »«»ie Sconembi Mutation; Newman 

Cluh l-l: Phi l!p.ilim Omiimn S-l, .mmpimdiiii; i«. 4; Home 

He. Club 1-4: SNEA 2-1: Alpha Sigma Alpha 2-4. pin 4; 

PanhellemV (a>umll 4, 
FISCHER. GRACE; Clothing .' JV.n'c; Nnrniu Cluh l-l: 111 

Cluh 1-2: Home it. Club I, 2. 4; 1HC I. 3; WVS tepiewmatiie 2. 
FREEMAN, JACQUH.INF: TUtMlu; Wr.le> I. 2, 4: U'RA 1-2: ai 

Club 12; l»e«ell<. Cluh 2. I: SvnchionlKd Swimmnt 1-2; Alplia 

Phi 2- 1; Phi ITptiloti Omki.m 2-1; Home. Fr. Club 1. 2, 4, touiuil 2: 

SSA 2 
FUERST. <;.\HRIH.I.F: Home fionomh, Mutation: Voting lVim 

3-1. wxial i hall man: Home Ft. Club I. 
GARRETT, JAGR) tndmfiat TfOviBicgfl IRC l-l. 
GERAETS. JANICE! »"«' '••momkt Munition; Home Ec Cluh 

l-l; SNEA i: NcwnMn Club l-S. 
GF.RSTNER, R1CIIMII); Induiltial Mutation; Mclal. Cullil 2-4: 

Sirma Tau (Jminj l-l. ucav: IFG icpieMiiiailvc. 
GIFFORI). MARY; //nine />onomi« EifuMliM; Home Yx. Club l-l: 

Newman Club l-l; SNF.A 3 1: Alpha Sigma Alpha 2-4. lieav I. 
GIM.. SANDRA; //o»ir EronomiVt Kfuralfon; Home It. (lull 1-4; 

SNEA 21; Ski Club I: USA 2-4. 
GH.IXS. I.INDA: Homr Knmomiri Mutation: Phi thnilon Oiolnon 

3-4. mo. 4: Home Ec. Cluh 1-4; USA 1-3: SNEA 3-1: 4-H Club. 

hhtniian I: Who - . Who 4. 
CRACF. PHI'R; Induittia! Mutatim: Newman Club II: Phi 

Omega lieu l-l. 
CRAMBO. JUNE SHI'I.I.IAM; fV-»fi & WuuilUm: Home »«. Club 

I: Mclclla Club 2; Rami I. 
GRESR, KENNETH; Induitiia) Mutation: RailiolUmonk* 2-4. 

.l.epio. 4: i.rrvi. 
GRIII1T. SXNIIHA; tl.ut,..! tt.-it>t Ho; .-■; Ihnne I.. Huh 1-3; 

Choh 1-3- 
CUF.N/.KI.. NXNCY; DUlttiti; Hnin.- I«. *-lul. 1-2; Diflcili« (.luh 

2-4. Wcr pirv 4. I.W II. 
CUNIH.RSON. mi iron UN i /; llomi nYonomlf* MuttUm I' 

ft. Cluh 13: l.M 1-2; Alpha Sigma Alpha 21: SdJUIOflli 1-2 
HAMILTON, MARIAS; Home Remnmla M«tati,~r. Alpha Phi 21. 

Iihtnilnn: Home Eft Club l-l: SNEA 2-4. 
HANSEN! LOIS: time Ettmmtn Mutation: Itelia ZfU VI; Alpln 

l'ii Outrun 2f. oninainlliiff teriior In iliamati-: Home Ic. (lob 

Hi Rllle Club 3. 



uib ■ i..t, v. ,.,„„.,„,„ (l ,„, , ,. Mlili1 p,^ 1 ,:,,:.,';. 

HANSON. RtfjIARD: hJmt.il Mutat.o.,, it,, Umi-U I . b,,. 

uii-ti ;. W..1.1 |-l. ik, .„„ •;_ ,,„, , 

"ANSON, sii.MN teAoMil Uu<1hm. RIIW < lot,. Phi On..*. 

HARRISON l-.MRll K. (MWM RrfuMIlM n „,l f,W,^™ ; 1Wu 
R«WO I i. blUOtuui 1; RUk <]„). 2-1. 

""l'. l "'h| l l , 'l'l''""''"' """" '"" , '"" i "- S«**M <l"h M; Hon* 
"". n ', , M .\^ ; „V'","' Sf #* E*W«"W; W«I« 12; IKnu 

K%!i™SsKM?"^ M!A, ' tora " :5 """ 

IIHTIKIY. BRIAN; MutrUl M-Ml/on; M.tal, CfllU 2 1 s f ™ u 

r«U (.amma 1 I. «-,,i m al I. P 

Hi.RRit k. DONNA; Honu BronoMta EJmXtat; Hone l- < hihl-c 

SN1 \ Ml Phi UjMflOn Oml<u-( 31: Sirih* Sirmi 'iuiu 24 

Pt^^lS* '' iV "'" - ,; '" tlul ': "™«'-"n S KliCBdani 

t; IV In, « Mho i. 

mciiii. sitiRiiv; Home EcMomlcj EdMOHiMj Hose Et, Hub Hi 

I 3 \ I -'. *\'1.\ 3. 

HIU.MAN. MARVIN; *-.-/.. .j. - .i f /.( j„ m; • y (!„], ,., 

HILT, JIKOMI; MuurUt OmtlMi SJBU feu <-.mm» H, k<- 
irtai) I: Mtlab (.u i 1.1 21. pi'^iam thaiiman; Win. 1 . lVb« J- 

H'l 2 I. SUM Ci-l.r^ra.luxr l-ll-m.. 

HOFMANN, CHARLES; farfulrfaJ BdwatFon; Alph* Phi omna 1: 

IVflo I; SicutonU I; IRC 2 J. "i Ik.. 1. lln %,;!!,< | ,„(k.(. 

2 1; v-iat .tali man. iunloi ila«. 
HOUJDETS. c.l K M l»; InduOlU Mutation; ikha Kat>M l-l; ■«■ 

Club H. 
HOOVFR. ROCI.R; MuhiumI Mbtatum; Phi si^ua Enikia 1 l 

•rc 4. 
llol'll.Nsi-ikciR. RUTH; flam /..*. JUuMltoq; III,..'. Who 

31 llonir Be <luli l-l. umiwil; I'hi Cpnlm Oitiki.io ^ I. Alplu 

Phi 2-1. pio. 1; Nnrono Cluh II. neat. 2. Mudoil SrMl* J: 

Alpha P.i Omega 2-1: «» lira.. 
HOWHEN. THOMAS; lndu,ttial Mut.u™; Ncfman Club II. ».,. 

piet. 3; Delia Kappa 21; SNIA 2-1. 
IICR11IN. AN(.tllN): Gmcral Horn CnMomfdj WRA 13: S'«W 

man Club l-S; Sloutonl* 23; I"'" 21; Voung Kepuhloant 2 1: 

Home It- Cluh l-l: Alpha Sigitia Alpha 3-1; \*n'i<«u1 UlCOn 

Awxialion; IV) \ 
HUTCHINS. slliRON; ffoaM Gftiiiomfa lalueaiim; Roue Eft club 

l-l. publKiiv diieitoi; SNEA S-l: SIbn Slnu Slrma 21. «. i: 

To-n 1-2: Stouionia: 111 dob 
JANK/KO. ROBERT: Mtufnlil ':...;. Stpn Tan c.jmma 

l-l. vke pre*. 3. pie*. I; Alpha p.. Omega 21. 
JESSICK. GEORGE: Induifil EAmMltmi Bateball 3-1. 
[ODAR. WILLIAM] I'uttKfial EdMMlhM; Alpha Phi Omega 5-4. K(. 

4; Nomaii Club 1-1: Young i> ■■■• 23. \iie ihaitman 3: IR<: 2: 

SSI. I 3-1. 
[OIINM>N. CHARLES; InduttrM Edutaihw 1 hi laini-1a 1 I. tin 

pie- 3; H'l 2-1: »v [>i. - I U..l<- 1-2; Meial. (iulM 2-1. tee. 

i: Iunloi (U« pte»; •.ir-llini; 2 1. 

tOIINSON. DAVID S; InJuiliiat Mitalioa; R*ti.> • tub .' I 
DMNSON, JILL; DUtttiu; Wetwio Club 2-4; Uutlabon Club II. 

kc. 3 1. 
JOHNSON. JOYCE; Horn- BamMtfti EdufUm: ivri 1-2. Home 

Ec Club HI Alpha S«ii.. Alpha 2 1. -e. SNI I I 
JOHNSON. lUDYi < /■■:'.'iif .- 7-«iif.i; Hume Eft < Ion l-S; ISA l-I: 

Young l>emt 31. 
JOHNSON. LINDA: ;/o»i^ Eeentmia UmmHon; Home 1. aoh it; 

SNEA Mj isi M; B«»il H. "- 2-3. pic*. I. 
IUSE1 I. Will 1AM: /nrfiiW-lnl /'rfuedtion. IVIn Rippa W; RP1 

l-l; M.lal. CilLM Mi loiltigiJ'luale FcUOWlhlp 3 1 
H'SHKI. P> 1 I K. /.rdmliul MtUtUm! Phi Omega Beia 2 1; N«»- 

IHD Chiti II; CQUnKtOI Hi-ohiir Hall 31. 
kAHU GEORGE; rotational Mutati.m: AVA 2-1. II 1 1 2 t; I PI 21. 

kllll. RONALD; fMWlrftl EttUtmletll Phi Omega Hela 3 I. lira- I 

MIINOII. JOHN: lnduUria.1 Mutation: Alpha Phi Omega Ml 

Id. ft l.atf Cluh 31 
KEGEI. DONALD; Indumil Technology: Mcub i.uil.i 2-t. pie*. 

I: Rillc Cluh l-l. 
KESANEN, BYRON: Mortal Mutation; MeUb c.uii.l s I, nc*>. 

Kl ll'SIF. JAM I; FOOdl - A'.rurr.-i -ml /'■"«' fimtMlAl ' IxM 

.0-1; Alpha M QMm II. HCDXM. -'. t..e pie. V ■ P'" '■ 
Mpbl Sigma Alpha 21; llnwi l-l. wlion ohlo.; Panhellenw 94, 

viu- pie. I; Ihiuie li ( hib II 

KI.AIV1IIR. GENEVIEVE; i/."?.r"i I /..irl..: N.-man * lull 14. 

H.mi t.. I bib II. Il-ii'l , _ , 

KI.AIVIIFR, Jl'IHIH: f/onr BfOMMIfel Hllrtlrtaj H«n* H- CluO 

II; SNEA 3 1: IM II; l"»'l " 
SMl'ss. BIRHIRI; f*io* * Nurtllon; w< ? l.. t 1. pra v 

s.mi.h-M.i. Sltwm i« publieiij diwcoi -■ t: Sjnjhmalita Swta. 

nlrS I; SmSS 2 li IK«- ! li HoMC «6 I !'»> I «• ""'• '■"">' ' 



IC 



00001. ...WARD: M»»W Term.**..- »< Ctab M: Am » 



,du«tt»I FA^aiio-: R'"* « nb l: I'""™ 11 " 1 



Who'. Who > 
kOBAII. WtS&Xl I 

3 1; Choi. K; ISA 1-1: Ita4rlb.ll «.!*. -' L 
M'FAIII. I-\RRV; fmf-tf.i-l rerrWog*. R'»' 

fcCN/ Rl'lH: Hw Itownui Mmmlu 

Imnhlp I; WRA .1: Home Ee. 
.SWota Alpha 2-4. *** P'rv •• 
I.ANC. NANCY; (VJofAmg * rVMiir.: Hume El 

iarkTv DONALD: MwrM E**»**"J Siouioni*. M. editor 4: 

•m -ii i Tan (liutni I' . 

I VRMIN LAVRANN: (iewMf Home Eronomw*: Moutiwi* 1: 
' 1-4: Town 2-3: Hornet*. Club M. 

WAYNE: M»>M*I FAwaUon: Art* * (tali. 



Uub 3-1. 
... Cniteil (JiitoUn Eel- 
Club 1-1; SNEA S-l publicit*; Alpha 

Club 2-1: Alpha Sigma 



1.1 M\R. 



ISA 

Uub 2-1. 

IJHZ^KEmr^MWttW Tee/inologj; Ind- lech. .Steeling Ccnm. 

LEONARD. GARY; Mmfi*l roWion: Nrwrnai. < Jubl I *-J>P™ 
Tim (Urnou M botue managn 3-1: Alpha |Si ta«H Am 
\ (.all. Club It; Student Senate 1. iinhman tla» *ocial than- 

UNDUCUr. BXRHARA; Worn* (MMpfa Mwrfiow^lome I*. 
C lub Mi s.mpnonk Stager* 3: SNEA 4: Vow* l*m. 3: LSA 

llNNlVvV D\NIEL; /mliulri*! tduealkm; Am & CMll. CJub 

lOOMIs/fRED; M**>M M**«iion; ~S~ CJub 2-1. »ke pre* 1; 

Ik-lu Kappa 11; IF<: S-4. pie*. 3. i«-ij» «• 
l.OREN/. JIM; l«<tu«T>*l TethmXefS and ««•""• "»' ^P" 

InduitM Edmttiomi Phi Omega Una 3-1. 

mm iiiomw .--, i-. .■■,.■: /,:■.. :■•■■ -. msii i>ir- * i. xoaNu 
I. 2. I. €HtuUti«in mgi. 2; Town I-'.'; Young IJwii* 31 



Ii-lton i- 
KH'sHIN. TERRANC1: 



LUEPKL JERRY: IndmitUI Trrhntfog?. 
VIRGINIA HOL1AN: DmaUOl 



Dietetic* Huh 2-*; Home 



LUNDE. 

MWV IURRIH: l/o-m- twnif lAmalion: SNEA 3-1. lie** ^ 
Home E* I ''it. II u«ijl chairman 1. Stoutonia 2-1: ("hi I pMlon 
Onmron Ml Sigma Sigma Sigma 3-1, Mn*R) public relalkmi 

MVCHOVEC CAROL; Hone JinnmnU] tJtualim; Alphi I'hi 2-1; 

Itiiae Yf- Uub II p»«ram ch»irm*n; WRA 1-3. .poilArad 2-3; 

Ml CM> 2 3. «.. 2. SSf.\ 1; Ne-nun Club J-l 
MMIIOVK. I.ll/ARI.IH; »••>-' /-."-."iim Mu(«n«i; Home ti. 

I lub Mi SNEA *; Newiua Club l-l. irjmtiei 1: IRC M. •«. 1. 
MAIJ.IN. 1HARRON; Hum* r>.ifi»r«wi Wuialion; Young Ilnni 21. 

HUkhj <h*irnun X •«• 1; 1R'- 21: SNEA 3-1: llome Ee. Club 

1-1; IVeilct- I; Tower I-*; VmnonU 1-3. 
M.VRCKS. NAS'CY: llomr ktatumui FAu**H»h; Home Ec. Club Mi 

SNEA 2-4; Choir 2; ISA M. 
UiC-Ml. BARNEY: InJuttiut Mtuthm: 'S~ Club 2-1; SCf 2-4: 

llj«lftbil! c-iJIil'ill 3. 
Mil I.I'RI. MVRKIII; Mt,n\r />craomKl tAuialwn; SlniilMii* Mi 

Home EC Club M. •«. I: Phi 1'p.iWin Omicron 3-4: SNEA 3-4: 

bind I: IS\ 2 1 
MclKINOL'CH. Midi XII: t»du<u>a> T'lhyJopi [H 2H. 
M.OINNIV PHI: InduiliM Mw*Ii<w; Itelu K.pp* 2-4; SNF_V 

2-4; Ne*cnun CJub 11; "S" Club 2-4. 
MEHEI.ICII. LAWRENCE! InduiliUI Icchno/op; lnlr*murjl In*- 

katatt. 

MtllRIM. I1IOMVS. /n.ltail>»r Mil 

tiim nMiij(n 3. Iiimnei* imn«([ci 
MI.IIR. RW.I.R; /oJuU.Wf Wu-mion; 

hiuotUn 1: S>hubrii'* Sneiixlrti 2-1 
MEYER, MARII.li KMIIT. Hum. EcDfMWlfcl »rf«'-/i"n; Home If 

Club 1-4; S.i Huh 2-1; M«m* 3-pii* >i)[nu 2-1; Newman Cluh 

I; W<*l« 23: Timet l-J. 
MEYERS. I.I.V ANN; Howe *:*.-n^n«. Mi.i-.lion. Wr-lo l-l. ctiun- 

■ il 3-4; Home Ec Club l-l: YWCA 3-4. .liuiki leptrwmtatHe 3. 

we*. 4. bw-ijiiU- Staa dnJnara t ; SNEA. 
MIKVNDA. ciK \ID. ritrfwTrteJ /.(u.fln-i.- phi sigrtu Epdlaa 

3-1. SiouionM. buiine** nunixei. 
MINCH, DICKi /".(uniial lduiaii-n: Phi SftM linilon 21; Met.1. 

l.ii.kl 2-3, »l.e pie*. 1: Sll Club I, 2. 1; wt>»« «U« «i.l 

cliaiimin. 
MONSIN. WILLIAM: rnrfuiliMl Teeftno/op: \Ve*lej 3-4: II»il 1-2- 



i-m: M<-iikkiU l-l. piotluf 
Newman (lub I. 
Sigma Tan (.a mm a 3-1. 



e lc «J»b 

Club il. "ea 

i 3. mr we*. 4 
Era 



i:du«iUoi 



M. *eiiiof irp'e- 
3. iiiev I; Phi 
IRC 14. 

tAuialton: Home K. 



.me K. Club 



1KC. 



; Oil Umb-U l-l; 
«o SSAl SNEA A. 
Phi .sipna EpMton M; 
Club l-l; SNEA 2-1. pi r*, 3. 
.lub 2-1. 



4. ii n 

ie me*. 3, ir 



ti 



2-1; PictetMi Club 
.Newman Club l-l. 



KdufMliim: Delia /eia 2-4. 
Home 1*. Hub l-l. »ee. 3: Choir I, 



««>l. 2-4; l)l«elU» Uuh 21. 
SCf 1-4, ire**-; Ait* k 



EPT 2-4: 

vipliomoir 

■u'l 



Phi Sipiia 
Club 2-4: Delia kappa 



MQRIOKA. HEtENi ihrinut; I 

Mtiialitr ">ui*.il l; Dietelk* 

Cpultm Omimm 2-1, UbeaiUr 
MO\\HOintR. NVNCY; /i"».' 

Club Mi ISA Ml SNEA 3 1 
MCW.ET. JIIAN: Horn* »a-o««m 

MUELLER. ADRIAN! 1-duUtM Mm«I»«i 

J-l. KC-'l'ea*. 3. pic*. *. iepie*eniaii»e 

MC«H.I.. ROCER: 1'o.oIiomJ Wm-n'i-i; 

Ra.li<> Club l-l. *Ue piev 2; Newi 
MHRINC- NANCY; Homt tjona—i' t-dui 
"; Hume Ec Club 21: ISA 21: YWCA 

VM -MEYER, HISMIETH; Home /> t -iomiV. Mu<«l.o«; Home Et 
(lub l-l: SO M. *1« P-ev: IRC -' '; P*ff- 5J2W&/S 

lUimo (i'lleae Eeltow*hip l-l; Town M. wlton cliior 3. 

Siwphonk SlSien Mi Sww l-mlnpaduate lellowv 
NHSJR SANHRA; Home feonor-iut Mueafion; Ne-man Club 1-4, 

Home K Club l-l; SNE.I 2-4; IMtt ZcU 21. ««al .haiiman 3. 

Mawlai-l* .luinnan 4: SSA 2-3; Rllle Uub 3-4. 
NEWMAN, LARRY; l»4u>inal Hdwiion; Phi SiRm* Epulon 2-1. 

in 4; We*le* 1-1. 
(llllRI'RtLlER. KAREN; /helr.ir.; Delta /el J 

2-4; Home 1«. Uub l-l. <ouiKil 4; Iowa 1 

I. ..1.1 1; Sunphonk Sinjteii M. 
OlSON. MAR1I.EE: How* *« 

Panhelletiic icpie*enutl*e 3-4; 

tM-lrra<. 2; WRA 14. 
OPVVHU SOlRLEEi DUtHkr, l&\ 2-4; 
ORTH. HAROLD: laduiful tdutai 

OWENS. CLYDE: 'induttiM fAu/ail-%; Meuh Culld 3: 

Sigma Tau lummi 1-4; lie*hmaii tla« »l«e pie 

<Uu pie*: »ke pre*. SSA 5. 
PVCILS. IOIIN: t«du,fitl MuMfron; Stouiorila 1-4. a»t .(ioit« 

edimr 2-1: Young Dem, 2-4. tiea^ 3. hbtorUn 4: Newman Club I 
I'ASSO. DAVID; InduUtiat TrthniAogy and tAuiau 

Kptitoii 2-4. 
PAUI.l'S, JAMES; Induitinl Hducalion; 

2-4. .hapUIn 3: CD-t»M. IikxIkII 4. 
PIUIUU ROSE MARY: Home /j-i«ii-m«i Mnwlim; Home **. 

Uub Mi New-man Club 1-4. public lelaik-m rhauman. hlwiun; 

Minna Sitma Mima 2-1; thou I. 
PINDERCVSI. IRED; Ixdi^uUl Mum/.o-i; Phi Omega Beia M; 

Metal- (•"'Id 2-4; HI Club l-l. 
PETERSON, ALICE. Home rCronomir. Erfuwlmn; SO 2-4. pie*. 1: 

Phi t'i«ikm Omlaon 3-4. rhapUin 4: IRC J-4, jet-lie**. 4: 

Home Ee. Uub l-l. council 3; S)mpbook Sinjrei* 1-3. 
PETERSON, DAVID: Induiltial Trthnoli-a; EPT M. 
rOCHANAYON. CHARI.ENE PIAEE; Home Aeonomiri fAaiauwii 
IRC 14. vke pie*. 31: 1H Uub 1-2; l-M 1-4; Home I*. Uub 
1-4: Smutoni. 1-4: Alpha P*i Omega M; Phi IpUlon Omioim 

3-4; SNEA 2-4, i«. 4. 
roi/OCMR, KAREN; H-mt Hvnomin Mucolion; Home it. CJub 
Ml IMia /«a 3-4. .ec. 4; LSA 1-4; 4-H club Mi SNEA 2-4 ie<- 

PRISION, CAROU Home ttouam'w Mutation; Home E«. Club 2-1; 

OUACKENBUSH, IQANi Gfnvnil Hone ttonomiei; Home EC Uub 
1-4, vke pie*. 4. council 3; WRA 2: ISA l-l; pie*, ol IndepeiuleiKe 
Huu*e 4: camMdaie lot Naikmal College Quern ComeM 3. 

RAHI. KAREN: Iheleiw: Dietetic. CJub 31; ISA 2-1. con-»ee. 4; 

RASMtMll. GERALDINEl Home teonomiti tAutttion; SNI-\ 2-4; 

Home Ex. Club 1-4: Town I: (inieilmiv Club 3. 
RVINER. (-AROLE; IHrteliit; Home Ee. CJub 14: Delia /el* 2-1: 

Dietetic* (Jul. 23: Tow I: WRA I. 
RUNDI. NANCY: IHeleluil l>ella /eu 

clltoi J. cltior 4; Home Ee. CJub 2-1 

Pd Omega 1-4, MOW**; ISA 14. 
RIINMCIH. MARY ANN; Hieleiku Dietetk* Uub 3-4; Home Ee. 

Club 3-4. 
RfSELD. LOl'ISE; tirtrtel Home BnmWMOi WRA L3. .po.i.- 

hea.1 3: lower 1-4. teninr anil rla*. eililw I: LSA I; H«me Ii. Club 

I; Alpha l"«i Omega l-l; StmitotiU 4; iir*>unan luimal (bainnaii; 

•enior gilt cwtliJirman; Pie*. Ekhellwtget Hall 4. 
RICHARDSON. JAMIS; Indmi'MI l.duitli-n; Delia Kappa 

liktotiin, (inicponiling ^c.. pie*. 4. national < 
RICHMOND, SHARON: Home ttOKVmla rAuial 
Mi Nr*m-ii Club Mi WRA 12: SNEA 4. 
ROIvSLER, RICHXRD. ImtuAtiat leehnalm: "»" Uub 1-4. 
ROSENOW, VIRGINIA] Ditlrlla; Iiietnk* Club 21; ISA l-i 
ROWI. CrKMDlNE; Home Konomia tdtualion; AI( 









2-4: Town 1-4. literary 
Dietetk. Club 21: Alpha 



M .,J1: 

Home Vx- Uub 



Alpha 3-L wholaiUiip ibaiiman Ii Home Ee. Club 
I km. 2 1. lira*. 4. 
ROWS, JEROME S. InrluiifMf lAuialion; l.iwer 1-4. aw 
I; Wole. 1-1. pie.. I. 



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•■M.I Mil Ilk Klllllk I . tmdutll 

SAMPSON, |i> wv DtfMia M[-ii-> r«i Oman " I: Home 6 I 

i v Dkinia ( inii 2 I: Bib 
m\ i \hiiv KAREN: Hum* fimumki EdunUoni Home I' « lull 

|.|. net); \jpba Phi 2 i — town 1-9: wk\ i v SNI v 2 i 

"iiMiiK. urn. Ik: fodMirMl Eahemlon; Phi Slfau > i«ii*« M; 

■S" * tab i I: Suidnn Senate 14; Whrfi M 
MUMiik. \i»\: t..r.".i.' /(■ ■ I mi «Jn KM - Horn. 6 

I lull I I 

m ii vi i ik ,CKORGINI Mom I-- B&mralim ** ■■» • >»>> 

t i. Ilomc Be. < tub I I; SNI \ t 
si;iii.i;\ii'i. |\mis; fodiulrial r<taM4ta*j>; s«m»n < lab i I; ik( 

M; V»nii« DaM S. 
m Mill MIR. IIMIMW tudtOltW 7"'it,.i.M Nora 

.iIiiiiimi i luum-iii t 
M Mill MM Ik). I1\K11\K \; lift-in*. Dietetla ' l«l» 'I: Home U 

t tut! i i. Newman < tab Mi Data /<<< » 
MllORik. JIM-. InduilrU FJurmOm; **• Club M; S 'K"" '■" 

(.■mini. 
MllHoiiDK. kift.M.ll; InduitrW TttMmolMK Newman Uab M. 

Una ii>i Gamma M. h >manapi i Iowa i StcWonmM; 

ll«. vi tier pa* i. i i'l I I- 
m Mi 111 K I RONALD; Industrial Mutation; Muma T«0 Gtnw i-l 

am ^. .'. EPI -i; Sauoi iu« >'-* ("" - ■ "" 
vim i/ n\i i n. Horn i ■ ' i ■■ V"* v M 

KC B pia 1 I s \ I I. umiii.iI; IRI 11: H"""- I' < I'll' ' '• 

Sum U i -'. rowa i ft '•m \ < I; FUm Sonet] ' i 

Mill 11/ sVIVIV. fl'iiv Granamfci tdwaum; H. 

II: \\k\ i . LSA l-fcSNEA \i Italia Mum.. Alpha 24. 
m Mi I I. DONALD: InrfuindiJ / i' IjmUu l'-4: ll'l 

g I, vice m l 
MM. I MM.. I Kill; ItutuHiHil Uluialifi. rin iiiiK-KJ Ima M: 

s < luh II. 
Mivkkis. CHARLES; MAufrW MaaaMow Pm al|mj *p*tlo« 

3-1; Siouioob II. 
Mm l in \. ii\kii\k\- Gownf Horn* Enmomfr*; Home e. two I. '. 

Sll Club .': Newman ChA I* -"pi" Pal omfp Mi I 

litm v-i.u 3 i. tmt 3-4. 
Mli.M LOIS; (.rnrral tlomi EMM4MKK ^i Hub 3. 
MMIinson, <.\K\: fiirfuiirrff MwiMiom: Phi OmtRj Brt* 'J i. > 

Chlb, pm, 4: LIT 3 1. 
sMIIM. l»\Vlh; InJutfitat t-luimti'-n; YitmK I»"'" - * — ■■'■ '''•"' 

mm k httiorian: Band SI v"^ I « rafti I I: Sjathroolirt Swto 

men 2-8< «te t"" J- 
SOCIIA. IIROMI; /".Iu.umI Ba'tMtfMK "-i" '-' '■ — ! aMjnnnli • 
mwiiv. \\N» mm. /'-"" Kremamla Edutmami nam ' 

(lull l-4j >ni \ .vi Sntdmnlaed SMtauacn I '-- umef) i nib - 
«||IS IHVIII. InHaUtial Irthnoloic'. 
miimiuii MARILYN: Hum Eremtmtla Munic-: \xu* Dam 

ii. t boll l-Si '■>' » ' Ii Itomt '• ' 1 " 1 ' ! ' 
STEPHENSON. DONALD: larfwinal rnknoloty anrf tantalum; 

i hi Lambda l'; Newman i lab i i: SNI I M. 
Mill 111. M\RIH\: Momi 1 Bfonomi" ' ■■■■ ' "' , """ " ' '"" 

|.|; Ni-mjii (lull l-L': Dili. /■" 2 I. "W P'"- - "•• *"• *■ 

Sioulnli Si STmnoomV *>!"»<" ' 
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Ml DAU.ION AWARDS 



pathway to addnvmnid 



As .1 student wends hi* way through ihc 
man) pathways «>! education m Stout, the 

Iiighoi honor he can receive is the Medallion 

.Hi. ml I he \ii li.iiiiMM in .1 bronze replica of 

the official StOOl Medallion and i\ given (o one 
percent of ihe student body. This award sym- 
bolizes a great deal of haul work and outstand- 
ing achievement in specific organizations or 
in general service for the betterment of Stout. 



|OI IKIKI.IS bU Kiriicil a genual Mr.Ulln.ti it.ai.1 |i«- 

hn t>mi Kthf In (lie Hi! I -inil-1.1 riilrimiv I111.1 Li.iI.miiU 

. Iiiilum Minimi \~«ij!Imii ( jiii] Muni Siuilcnt A.w 

(WlIOU Mr il-i unnl a. damllon OMUtKtoi ain! wtikpi ili« 
pialdaM 11-1 h»> ncdnd mognluca la "Wirt who." 

[OVCI (HkisinsMs i,„ ,,,.,.„! a annul McdalHoa 

i-inl I. it MtltC puitdpUlaa In Rome fconoaafa <Inb; r*hi 

Oatitnm; \rptu Phi wtotUy. Panhcllaik Cbondl; 

Studrai National Education Vaocbtiofi! Snnpboali singir.; 

jn>l Laibcrn Muiltni laodatloa. 

GLORIA hviivtws hai i„.,,„i , gauml Medallion 
■ward iii ha ottuiMHUng uppon ol On Homr t.-ivonm. 

<lllb UllClr 'lit Ht.r.1 H JIT r> I ill-Ill lllllllie tin Wllillt IrJT. 

Gloril I'll l-.n Mlltt In I'M l|«ilim Onii.ii.iii lli.hi Msrtia 

ilpbj HMorii*; Gaajmi Delta; Minimi National Education 
.taodatfoo: Wootrnl Rmraii.ni laocbilon: and .i* ha. horn 
ir.i«niral in "Whol WlM 

PATRICIA iimnmmik hi. i„nmi i s ,nr.ii MaMBan 

i-ii.l »C hii l«.n j.inr in \|[,|,i SiKTiii Wiil>.i u.iori|v 

: W |.t.-«t.-ii; I'hi I'psUofl On -i. Student Nuionjl 

m inotuikm; ll.mir Broaotaicj (tab; Wascal Rmn. 
i".i. toodaUon; Nr-nm, (tab; jn.1 I'lnh.llriii. ...unnl. pat 
rui U«n tniipiinil m "ivho'a Who." 




RITIH HOI'IINM'IRO'R li.it ir,«i«r.l . Kttiri.il Mr-lallinn 

unnl Ruth in- '"<• ." ior M I'lr.ni.m <>t Alpha i'lii mod it: 
Muni Student X.vcljiioii iinitiin. imt N't* man tlutl lira.- 
inn Mir hi. alio !"«» | mniilxi ol I'ln Untilon Oiiiunni; 
Miih.i I'.i omc^ai Young Rrpuhltran.; Hemic Yuwumiii* iluli: 
and h»< horn rctDfttbcd i» "Wii.i'. uiiii." 

RoiltRl IANEC2K0 hat mriml the Alpha P»l Oiih*>i 

■ •nil. I id .' illn-ii |n| hi. mi Mi tilling ■••iiihIiiiiii-iii tit itiiin.iiii . 
Bob lu. il-> hdd die I'lli.o nt Jiini.iciil and \i«--|itniili-iil Ol 
Ihc StgOU I jii (.iiinii.1 Indium 

i II \KI !> |OII\MiN hit inctird ihr StOUl Mmlntt Anotb' 

ln'ii i|nnil Mi.lilhnli a*. .till. ( li.illn 1i.ii miiiiI n\ iiii-iiiIi ill 

"I iiir Stout Minimi uwdailon In hi* trnHM war, n>- im 

■ l>i. Im ii i iiiiiiiUi ..I I[i>i!iiii I'i 'I m: Wnlcv Mrl.il. (.uilil. 

wiling i. v-iirtin lil. jiiiiim lut] *.r(->illiic irini; ( hi I jiiiIkI.i 
IratanJti «o*m|{ »» lioe^unldcai hb Inntm jmn utd kii«.i 
j. (nc>iilrtii nt hit |iiniiit tlj.< 

SUSAN HEI n IOHNSON ha. iccdvetl * itnirul MatalUoD 
i-inl Im ln'i [i.hiiiI|ii1"iii In iam|iut 111^.111 ujttoiu. she ni 
niitr in M|il-.i I'hi «iii-iiU; limn. Fiimiiniiii ilnlii Siiiilnil 

\.ii|.«i.il I1I11..11.1.11 \"..iilii>n; Vlphi I'. 1 Oiiiik.. iml 

»roi rONIA, wnioi at ("11111111 Ihi jtiiiiin i«ar< Mir n< 
trnilnl Mtmtl I'jlniti In.dtmc Im imr winiMrr. in«rml n 
JUIlkw Prom (jumi. anil hj« Imi nXOfUtttd In ""Im. Who'' 

JIM I MUM I hi. ir..it.-,l |be Kmr1.1l Mi.lill.1.11 unnl 

I.111.1 -.1. linn- 111 \l|.h.i I'u iIiuhj. xiiIiir >i» j.:i isi'ini hci 
Hiiim ftati I'anhrllnm nmmil vmnx j. ilti-ini-ihlriii; Sunn 
Minimi AwMlailnn iciiiiiK a> putilhiit itlinim: IdlllK ami 

STOUTONIA >Ult.; Hum-- 1 nimit ,h,l,. \lj,ti. Sigma Alpha 

»iiimii>. jiul Womtni Ki-tiraiimi AwOflMlOB. 

ItONAI.Il IAKKIN ha. infltol ihc .1..11I STOUTONIA 
Mnbltxm hit mil » ami In* viviir. Mr )•.<• Kinlnt mi Ihr 
STOUTONIA 'nil tm linn win, Kn-tnj j. oxdllOi hl» 

' "*■>> "itl nliiin hi. imlOl «rai. M. '.,. bIm tict-11 a 

nimilvi til SiKim Tau (iainnii IralCKlll) 









Gloria 1v.1im.11. 
Shawano, IVb, 

Riiitrii Janeoko 
ChkKgo. 111. 

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R 11 III llniif ti'lK n;n 

\|i|iliinn. Wii 
(limit, [iilinuiii 

lair I linn. Minn 

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CLYDE OWENS hai iterlttd ■ pscr*] MtrftlUon mnl 

<i"i. lui mtiii ji [rohnun rlan rta | lent ■■ 



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pinhlrni. Jin I Mihii Miufi-ni \—- 1, ii. ,u 



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< i,.t, I... a | w t,TM, „,i. f ■„ Enflon W rku -.■■■- 
Conn ii.i.inin: i U«ub Gund- 

CIIARLENE rOCIIAKAYpN h« .. ...... i i pmnl Mcdtl 

licit afcjn! Mir h» tcilr.1 ... ^.111,1, tii. pnsldCH. Md 
|.i><iiltlil <il 1u|riiUli<Hi.il Krbitmi. if til. ami at •mxiv ..f 
Mti'ini N.iii.m.il Education \..i.i.,h,.i. ( IliiImh- jI»i «n 

a nwBbn ..r \lyh» hi Dnm Hqoc EOmorala dub; l nine™ 

M m!llll \.x«i.m..ii; I'll) (jpsilDa Oiimmti. Ill i In!.. .,i,.l 

STOUTONIA She bu been retognlicd bj Who* Who.* 

NANCY RBINDL has itatad the rOWEJI medal MedaUlM 
■WHO. Nanci tin •tdiLol foni wan on |he Kiwik <uii 
wring ..« reporter, M.ii. m rdlur. Ihcnn editor, tod rdltoi 
Mm- hat Ibo Ihtii aniir in Delta ft\* nmiit. ll.nn. I ,..ii..ini.. 

lint. Ilirtrtiit • Int.. « mr.^ M lq-Hlcr h*i uii !• >■ m-ji. linhmi 
Mitil.nl U-mjtii.n. Jin) Mj.lu !'.( 4 im. X-- — ■ 1 1 mii .. Iiraunci 

jii.I Jiiiii" 

RONALD m hi in k i \m tercrred a nn—al MedaHlgo 
atraid lie in. been Mint In Sfena Ian Conuua iMrralty; 
EjmDou PI i*": » Studeni taodulon: Cndniic Ftilowi 

<lul. ind Kitnl ... tur-pmiilCTtf ol In. »*,l,.m...i. liad iiim..i 

< IMNS. 

|t hi Wilts Im. .,,.,t,.l . („ K1J | M,,l.,|ti,„, ,».,„|. >h , 
h.i. been icthc In Newman club; Hook EamanJa dob; Bami; 

Hu0 * n ' N i»l Edtiealon baodalton: Unba Phj ->.hm. 

■ml KIWIK tuff, she !.*• iciinl a< lre*JUPN ■•( ihc -in..: 
CUM .hi I on 1'inhrllcnic roundl Ju.lv h« l>im revnniitcd in 
-win., who." 

SHARON WYSS ha rccdred a pCBenl UcdtUJon Mmd, 
si i. Dm eared m toiHjiit Hi hn Miphninmr. (unor. ami MBkn 
tUUJCt UxnimiinitiK QurtlK ami at a dim leader, mtlng a. 
<a|.mii Im tcnmi leai shium fu. alut l«rn .tin. \\\ Minimi 



ViImmuI ri1iujiH.ii IwHlatiKii VI|>Im Sluma \\ v u, 
llnrac llniii.mil. <lul. slid rONIA; HrtMK; , 



Minimi \>-»i.ii» 



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and SlOW 
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Sum- 1055, the cvci increasing number 
ol men and women enrolling foi graduate 
work .u st. .in indicate* ii» growth <>i tin 
trend toward advanced education, 

sunn offers ;i Mattel <>i Science degree 
in home economics, various industrial «l- 
ucailon .md teebnolog) areas, audio visu 
sj, .uiri guidance I here ."<■ two plana 
foi research which the graduate ituuenti 
may choose; clihci the plan V .i thesis 
involving original research in the area <>i 
the major, oi .i \A-mi It. which require] an 
Investigation report in addition to the 
rcgulai course work in n , -"'"' ,|< ' itudio, 
i'imj.i. wiili advanced education arc 
eagerly vui^ln ami i<iim>cMvittil unml 
ingly ixuli hy Industry .md the kI K 

i lie graduate program often undents the 
opporumlt) to acquire the competencies 
leading to professional achievements. 



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CHEERLl \DH(s 



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ritru\ mi pep .mil enthusiasm marked the 
1 962-69 chccrlcading squad. Dressed in their 
unari blue and white outfits, the veil leaden 
sparked the spirit ol the Bluedcvil rani who 
loyal] ) i lu Mel Stout*) Biltlctt i 

I Ik Stout studeni body elected eiglu enci 
gctii itudenu, icvcn girls and one boy. to lead 
chcen Senioi Sharon fiVyss. a foui ycai veteran, 
was captain "i the squad, Returning foi then 
second season on die squad were Donna Leon' 
hard. Sand) < nrlson, and Linda Pouloj New 
faces this year Included Jud) Etscheld, Kaihy 
Waldschmldt. K.i\ Krucger, and I im Mero 
who displayed then {ubilani spirit at the Blue- 
devil rami i 

Besides leading Stoui Division yells, these 
eight lively cheerleaders presented prc*gauic 
and half'tlmc shows, held pep rallies, taiigln 
tin itudi in> nevi chci is. and pi rfonncd ai ro 

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IV. 



FOOTBALL 

A spirited Sunn football team managed to 
OUtlasi an inspired Mankato Stale team 7 to l> 
in the season's opening game, Bob Reid drove 
i. »ui yards to score Stout's only touchdown. 
The Devils held a 7 point lead until early in 
ihe fourth quarter when Mankaiu scored but 
railed to make the extra point 

In perfeci football weather, fans s. ( w l-il'msse 
hand Stout its first conference loss. It was an 
exciting see-saw battle as the Bluedevils itagcd 
.i tremendous --I yard rushing attack. In a 
game full of drama and breaks, Stout almost 
tied the score only to have, in the last 50 seconds 
of the frame, a strong LaCtOSSC team block 
Stout's extra point attempt. Both Bluedevil 
touchdowns came in the fourth quarter on short 
runs bv fullback A I Balil. I lie final score sii-»l 
at 14-13. 

A highly spirited Stout student body cheered 
their Bluedevils to a fourth quarter comeback 
as StOUl anil Superior battled to a M to 11 tie. 
Willi six minutes remaining) Stout climaxed an 
si' yard drive when end Bob On brilliantly 
caught a lYrkhain pass in the end tone. Taking 
advantage of a Superior fourth down, the Blue- 
devils tied the game when Al Babl plunged over 
the goal line. 




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[mi ll'iiimj; ir-ciilrt* llir i*.irnr nilli bMIUCUDBI 



lluHinn th. pipkin. Hub RciJ tlghi. otl a Utllci In 
gilnUmg i>ui [>::* iiidagt Jgiinn j lining drtnuc. 




The roof fell in as a highly rated Whitewater 
team handed Stout ;i '21 to II defeat. While- 

water held the Devils scoreless tiiuil midway in 
the third quartet when junior halfback Jack 
Ncubauer scored. 

Whitewater scored their fourth touchdown 
iii the last quarter. Three minutes before the 
end ol i he game. Bill Way scored Stout's second 
TD on a SI yard pass from Mike Schip|>tr. 

Early in ihe second quarter of the game with 
Sunn's closest rival. Kan Claire. Mitch Millet 
booted a 12 yard field goal lor the game's lirst 
SCOrc. The Bluedevils ihrcaicm-d again when 

Wayne I- linger intercepted a Blugold pass and 
relumed it to the Eau Claire 13. Unable to 
penetrate the Eau Claire defense. Stout ended 

the lirst halt leading *'> to 0. 

In the third quarter Kau Claire was threaten' 

itigon the Bluedevil one yard line when Stout's 
Nick Florentine recovered an Kau Claire fum- 
ble. Six plays later, the Stout eleven scored 
anothei touchdown on a pass from Mike 
SchippCT to halfback Bill Way. The Bluedevils 

held a II (0 " lead. 



IV, 




FROM Row: Hitch Miller Tom IHagan Wah (nyp- <*•** U*n D™nc Rin>Ui|[: !>-'■ : 

lVa%; lim PaitluK \i Pc*U>mjbj Fml Loonh SECOND row. lom Notnu; Hod linn. Ujitv ii i-.ini. Bran I 

nuilki. <> roalllkK Bow llaHoiurai! li"i> <ni: iu>t> Rddj F»l OKdHp Ned Rhra ililKH ROM Did OiUponu i 

Pai Ceroc MU* Schtopcn M Ban; i-rc DnKtmU; m Scbuku Jim l liming. Ten) Petcncaj D ■ tanrk Paul ivil*; T»rt N«- 

Inner 1IMKIII HOW Did Salnec Vk Ro*d*ratk I in HettMJ Turn jotllmm: Cn llnti-i; tluxL i.cuml: Crtw )ohmna. Itj' 

!in Luther; Gene Sjiaudi; Nid FlorrMlno FIFTH ROW: jnc CulUnev. nunnn. Mite Mdij. Feu iaVl nnn«- 

I.iti.ii. Kt'luTl |',i.it».i1 !ir.i<! ClM(h; Mile Rlx-wi. *m'I. rOMfai I'll Hull. »* i ii-uli; M.> SaMfB. j«i. KMcfc 



\n ..uniiinling mil. Bill W»] lr-i» ti>«li lm J |>»-» Willi 

jii oiHitminx tJiilci <k"( »l hii hrtli. 




Eau Claire KOrct! early in (lie last quartex 

and then with wo minutes remai n i n g, its aerial 

.tii.uk sparked for a second TD ami a 13 lo 9 
kad; a hearibrcakcr for Stout. 

Despite a fired upSuml u-.nn. ihe River Kails 
Falcon-, managed to blacken Stout's honW 
inn with a i> mi' victory. I lie lUucdevils moved 
the ball to die Falcon 12 yard line bui .i so 

River Kalis' defensive Utlit held and Sloui tailed 
lo pUStl Ihe pipkin OVCT. IMuedevil m ist ake s 
enabled Rivci Falls to score. 

Things l)c«aii happening earl) in ihe Si"»i 

Oshknsh game when Jack NeiibaueT intercept- 
td a I ilan paSS and returned ii i" the Oshkosh 
(5 yard line. Dick Roinanek then scored ih, 

first loochdown. Minutes later halfback Bob 
Reid scored on a 45 yard jaunt to give Stout a 

13 10 (I bad. 

Stout picked up iheir final ihrce touchdowns 
on a 40 yard puni return b) Tom Norman -m^ 
on a I and I yard plunges i» quarterback Mike 
Schipper. Stout outgaioed the ["ham 251 yards 

to 98. 
Stout closed the 1%'* gridiron season with a 

21 m |2 loss 10 ihe St. Cloud Huskies. W Babl 

plunged S yards foi an earij Bluedcvil lead, 
rhe powerful Devil defense held until two 
minutes before the end "l ihe first lull when 
the Huskies broke Fora 7 to 6 lead 



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In ihe third quartet ihc Blucdcvils forc- 
ed St. ('loud to punt. Stout's s]«clv lull 

backi Tom Norman, took the ball and 
covered ihc H yards to the end zone only 
to have the officials call the touchdown run 
back. Sophomore \>.u\. Dennii Hockcn 
scored 6 poinu for ihc Blucdcvils in ihe 
fourth quarter. The game was almost ovei 
when St. Cloud capitalized on several Stoul 
fumbles for ihe winning touchdown. 

Although Stout defeated their opponent! 
only twice iliis year, they played a fine 
series. Sunn rolled up MH points — more 
than any previous season. However, the 
final scores * 1 i « 1 not always depkt the hard 
fighting Stoui football team. 



FOOTBALL RECORD 

Stout 7 Mankato 

Stout IS LaCrossc 

Stoui II Superior 

Smut M Whitewatci 

Stout 9 Kau Claire 

Stout tl Rivet Falls 

Stoui *:i Oshkosh 

Stout 12 St. Cloud 

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11* 
27* 
13* 

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BASKi l BALL 



Sioui State College's Fighting Bluedcvils fin- 
ished the 1962-63 basketball season with .t 3 win, 
'i loss conference record, The Devils displayed 
fine sportsmanship and great incentive as « ' » *" > 
pci foi med undci me < apable and inspiring leader 
ship ol Head Coach Dwain Mini/. 

Stout's buckctmen rang up conference victories 
ovci Eau Claire. Superior, and < W. Milwaukee. 
In spile "l losing several close corneals, the Blue 
devus 1 kept theii spirits high, giving even ilu best 
ol icanu .1 tun battle foi theii inumphs. 

When )!"• season opened. il»' Bluedevib found 
themselves .i bii cold as the) bowed in theii first 
three non-conference attempts. Stirred by their 
bad stan, the Devils, more determined than ever, 
took theii first victory against Northland 71 to 
63. Forward Glenn Bates sei the pace foi Sioui 
with 52 points- Si. Mary's was ncxi i<> fall m the 
Bluedevfls 60 to 57. In the first conference game 
of the season. Stout downed Eau Claire 68 i<> 64. 
rhrcc players, Fred Scggelink, Glenn Bates, and 
Ilob Fnitli shot in the double figures i"i Stout 




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It. till »'■ !■>! SMI. 



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Superior suffered .» bad defeat as Stout 
pulled oui it* second conference win ss 
m 63. Ai this time, the Bluedcvils were 
lied tm first place in the conference with 
Stevens Point. The team then suffered 
three defeats in ;i little ovci .i week ;it the 
hands «>t Plattevillc, Sunns Point, and 
Rivei Falls, The Rivet Falls game ivas 
.< real hcartbrcaker as ih<- Devus lost by 
onl) two points. Stoui balanced it* early 

m.|m>1I Will nvrl K.IU Chlile l>> Il»ill« M"> 

second k- 1 ""' in .« * lose 72 i<» 61 battle. 

Finally, the Devils came up with ,« vi< 
ti.iv ovci U.W. Milwaukee i" break then 
prolonged losing streak Vidcd l»> Hill 
Heidemann, who was ineligible the first 
scmestci as a transfer, ihe Bluedcvils n<>i 
off loan carl) lead, and kept it throughout 
the g;ime. 




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Oshkosh defeated the Devils ihc following 
nighi 82 lo $8. I" the lasi two games ol the sea- 
son. Stout again mci defeat. In a close game with 
La Crosse, the Devils put up a good light all the 
way, 1>hi ended up two i>oints behind u*iih a final 
icon of71 to69. The final game with River Falls 
again saw Stoui putting up .< fierce battle only to 
lose B3 to 77 in a five minute overtime. 

l.ooking hack on ihc season, several boys pin in 
some outstanding performances. Among them 
arc Fred Scggelink, Tom Farboiio. Glenn Hans. 
Hill Heidcraann, Bob Fruth, and Hill Way. Be- 
cause die team was very, young, comprised mainly 
ol freshmen, they did not win as many games as 
they would have liked in. However. IflOII season 
was <]niu Miccessltil in oihei respects. The l»oys 
kepi their spirit high mid put up a good fight 

in ihc games 

The team will l>e losing One ol ils best players 

next year as Frck Scggelink will graduate this 

June. Regardless ol iliis. our team ahows great 
potential in some of the returning players, h 
should prove m be a vcrj exciting and successful 
season next year. 



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BASKE1 BALL KKCORI) 




SlOHl 63 Winona 


82" 


Stout 66 Northland 


73 


Stout 51 Hamline 


66 


Stout 71 Northland 


63 


Sioul lin St. Mary 


57 


Stout 68 Eau Claire 


64 • 


Stom 61 Si. Thomas 


78 




03* 


Sioui r >3 . . , l.a ( Irosse 


65* 


Stoui 89 PlattcviHc 


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Stout 66 Stevens Poim 


92" 




78* 


Stout 60 Si. Cloutl 


73 




72 • 




71 




67* 


Stoui 82 Milwaukee 


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(din ln'Iiiliil inWIIKtiont In (lie 

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ififcr.ii r.u.h Ihnh) kllnu awl Bloednll aula iml 



l>..li ilinnooa pnutrc< Jir ■ biwt pan of 
■be ioun*i pirpamiea to In ptia iWb 
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INTRAMl'RAl-S 



fttuuul Htucdi owned tody 



For men interested in basketball, foot- 
ball, and softball, Stout offers team com- 
petition in the inii.iiiiui.il program. In- 
dividuals interested in tabic tennis, intra- 
iniiml swimming, ami tennis arc muni u> 

participate and compete lor honors, and 
anyone is eligible who lias not won a 
major letter in a sport. The intramural 
program is supervised by Coach Ray John 
son and Assistant Director. Glenn Hardy. 
Teams are composed of fraternities, or- 
ganisations, and doim groups of fellows 

interested in these sports. Besides giving 

vigorous physical exercise, the intrammal 

organization gives the individual a chance 

10 participate in the sport lie is interested 
in. and it helps him to develop qualities ol 
good sportsmanship. The men have a 
chance to develop their sports skills and 
recreate themselves in athletic competition. 
Basketball is by far the most popular in- 
tramural sport and the fraternities and 
other teams practice long and hard 10 gain 
victory in the championship playoff. 




ituvoi 111 ■ in. ii< ..I nana mm at ihr u 

Ij.lrilull Inim trip high In mill Ihr lull 



Women putlcfpaic In nun) tpotu ihrougb ibr WJ v bun- 
muni program Vollqtnll »* ""<■ ol tbt forarfee K-iur*. 



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k\i 1 1 1\<. iiiii.i hi.kih- ii-i. rvnii/. it..i. 
KtalK |cm Robcn STANDING l»~i" 
i i .11 1 « teirnoni | mi iuiii. Glenn lUrdyt 

(h.ilf (..until: I'jI' I>i» « - .... I. 1*1. Hi... 



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-i. Ilmli ijui.lli dikLh 

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1' ' ,,,n ' '«<"* IMUfwi !"•■ I'lM.- kr.t~ j ,1,-, u.„l, CO "X ll \Vjll. iIhmMck CMIl.ll itir ItHI 







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I Ik Bluedcvil srapplcn posted .« 2-7-1 cam- 
paign during il»- [962-63 season rhi ycai was 
climaxed »*iili ihc Wisconsin Slate Collcg) * on 
ference Meet ai La Crosse where Stoul placed 
mmIi Glenn Hardyi wrestling in the i"~ lb* 
class, won the state title. In his first yeai .is 
wrestling coat h, Lylc Buss directed his team with 
enthusiasm u Stout gained .» victor) and .1 i ■*- 
with Eau Claire and .< win ovet Macalcstci in 
some <>i the more exciting matches 

Outstanding wrcstlet and captain ol the squad 
was Glenn Hard) who had an impressive in win 

.mil L' low HMMiri. Two members ol the if 

I .Hiv Sevcnon and Lewie Benin .ils<> tinned in 
some excellent performances Othet promising 
grappten doing outstanding work on the team 
were Jcrr) Rooers, Bob Kraiss, Darrel Dregne, 
.nxi cinuk Gcurink as they put out .ill inch 
effort in tiirii various matches. 



VVRES1 LING RECORD 

Siotit S Superior 27 

Stout 15 Macalestcr 19 

Stoui 5 Gustavus Adolphus 23 

Stoui 8 River Falls 17 

Stout 7 tugsburg 27 

Stout II Eau Claire l-l 

Stout 10 1-t Crosse 24 

Stoul 7 Superior 28 

Stoui 9 Stevens Point 111 

Stout is .... Eau Claire 12 



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iJtaiKci in* potiuoa I-™ in* i'i»i-ni'iii" *iii-ii.in. 





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ikom ROW: IM Cooky; 11....M Ehirnrcbli; Mot Stggtlfiik: I'd Fioliltkion; Duanc RarolKf* MliiN'li ROWi 
|mi Union: CciaU Rkwi Jint Honing; Rom Cooki Don MiN.uj(i ; Rob limning. Tlllltll ROW: Kolmi 

\t.lt.-.. tOMh |W I iiIIimi>. Iijiiki; Mik. Ilt.fs.i- GlfOH Hut' '»'l. ouill. 



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guru •>> i ■■■iii Miiinw t>n iluin-iorf im iLiiJit'c. 





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TRACK 



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i in found iwisoii <•! mm i ui Sioui 

liH>ll>t)il fjir, i|Hi>\- iin ui In il nli i 

II1CI1, UloilU 'villi HIMHIUP I" lllloil I mum 

nllii i i-niii ijmMII(i *• liniili I 'inli I il" ill 

n.i "I IkhIi-miIi. Doll Milimc, clglll 

"I (lie previous liliiin lint "'"liN wore 
I.M.I, ii |jy [III I'".'.' ir.mi I In OUU t 

log N.i.iin.iii wa I'rcd Hcggclhild who 
mm red !<• firm pill" In 'in' |i"ii v.inli ui 
tin QimilmiifttiHii iti"l I'l'liuigulm mcci». 

( Mill I <> Illlg IM'lllllllH'll W* I* 

mm. I" i, who hurled Nim hi tl» 

iltoi|»ii .ii I lie Kioiii i rliiiigulni .it»i -i 

• id I'll", iti 'ii- ' 'ii.iiiH'K"!" i" 1U0 

Wl m ini" Rogei Cook won tl»* high 

it iid low hotdlesi MiikiIiI iiniiiMiiii tool 

lii.l in tin lilt 1 1 mil' I Boll I ■ "•!< ) 

ICHIWll i" ("»' |>l.i" in lll« high |ll)ll|>. 

rhioiighoiii llic MfflMin (hi Sioui iracl 

mi ii Om.vi.i a |Hitcinfid iii their varl 

oui evtfiiH Willi new |noi|wcii hi <!"■ 
i ui jump mid hurdles m vi your, thu 

ItOyn .11. I.nililni)! lui ,i |)|0II)I*hlg M.iMin, 



['RACK RECORD 

1 llihiih.iiiuiilin „ Niotn iliitil plflCl 

«i n 8 lot u micoimI place 

s I iiiiiiKiil.ii Hi ililtri place 

si. mm. I'nini i I'lnngulni Sioui third place 




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id pnaka ■> iMInuli ouiinmi on 
■lie •»<)( bant t'"> b one "t i'« mmi <hji 

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CVMN IS I ICS 

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Gymnastics made it* debul •■< Sioui State 
College in !!"»-. Student Coach John Zucrlcin 
.Hid his assistant, Tom /aulen were mgani/crv 
ul the [cam. 

Agility, strength, alertness, and a sense ol 
halatui .111 u-iv iin|><>iUHH in gymnastics, and 
[he •>{»>■ t makes j unique and vital contribu- 
tion i<> the |iln«ii.il I it nr>s program. 

Areas offered arc tumbling, free exercise, 
horizontal bar, parallel ban, and ride horse. 
Bob Koppes and Dan Smith are two of the 
outstanding tumblcrson the team. Dick Roder 
excels i" hi. exercise, while Dick Stoddard 
displays agility on parallel ami horizontal bars. 





FR0N1 ROW Dm tahbj iw. Una K«t.»»r Suddanli Mo Centd: Richard Roden Doc Wora SECOND HOW": Ru.lv 

H'ajiH niinnri. iii.ii Him. (hi. Rcckr Rapt WUUaaae B*roa Kawy, Sim Snirdcfi i Hamhotucs Lee bi.-i ; 

«.iic i^ppt; John Eaakta. coach 




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IKOXT ROW: |<il NnilMucr: Ilitl Milium- lliiLr Vinwui. umh; "unr Viluilr: IUnm McCtD SHUSH ROW; Ol» 

Itaiuon: !>•>' Sniih: lid Amohmsu; lnic Amlown: (•■••()(<- [r««i: lit KcnL Pml Kaon jt*n sn-ir. ivnm*» <i^— Qan 

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BASKHAU. 




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Sioui's 1962 baseball team, coached bj Don 
"Duke" Scverson. opened wilh ihc IJluedcviU 
playing host to Hamline University. I hi* was 
the only single game scheduled, the rest being 
double headers. 

In the remainder of the season. Stout's dia- 
mond men played only nine games; nine others 
were cancelled because of poor weather. In 
conference action. Smut ixntcd a 2 win, 4 loss 

record. 

Kill McGinnu led the team with a batting 
average of ,3-16 followed by Itarncy McCall 
with a .276. Frank Kopp and Dean Abbott 
also were leading bitten in the BIucdeviTf 
attack on the diamond, and Denman Chase 
proved to be the team's besi pitcher. 







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Stout'i 1062 n"H (cam, undoi the leadci 
dtipol student coach) Claire Simdon. raced 
viiii competition on tlic links. With a 
icven man u|imd, Stow opened ihcir k<>II 
m.imiii id .1 match Dgainsl Eau Claire and 

Kiwi foils, StOUt pl.iml third ill <li i^ 

turn. Clnini Simdon shot an B3, the bcx 
individual score lot Stout, riiough the 
following tour matches also resulted in 
defeat, the linksmcn were able to rain 
experience and develop theli ikill while 
in competition with collegiate golfers. 

l lu- best Individual pcrTormancc ol the 
icaion was u 72. shot bj Claire Simdon in 
.i dual match with Winona. Sandy Erick- 
Min w.i\ il<iM- iH-hind with a 79. 

Vlthougli Stoul suffered many setbacks, 
inch individual dcicrminaiion proved <<■ 
lit .in .ism i to the squad. 




TENNIS 



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old mait weather played bis mischiev- 
ous tricks during the 1962 tennis season, 
bringing rain during S <>l thr 7 matches* 
During the regular season, tin netmen had 
■hcit !i'>;-i ■ dampened by rain in sched- 
uled dual mat« lies with MankatOi St, Cloud, 
nnd Superior in two dual matches with 
River rolls and Eau (-lain-, the neuen 
found rough K°' n K *• '"<-')' rough! hard 
only i«» be defeated, I'wn %in^U'» players 
ami one doubles team represented Stout 
at the State College Conference tennis 
tournament bi Oihkoah. Hm the !><>'> could 
not cope with the scoring ol their i»|»j»> 

in ril s ami lust mil in mimic OXCiting in.ili li- 
en. With highly regarded newcomers on 
next year*! team and tlte gain <>i expcir 
encCi ihc nctincn arc looking forward to 
an improved showing nexi season. Tennis 

i<. bet Uig a nunc popular ipon every 

yeai .11 Sunn. 




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Mam luting anil close friendships arc 
formed in i!» Vlpha Phi wcial fraternity. 
I h, rirli "i »lpha Phi icci 10 develop the 
highesi ideal* ol womanhood, .■* exempli- 
ficd b) charai u r, poise, and conduci. Vnd 
lororitj lih is an exccllcni opporumiij 
I,, i developing leadership and considcra 
lion loi others 

During ihc Christmas wason ihc girls 
were bus) preparing gifts |n| iwo need) 
Mcnomonie families: the Phi's helped ihc 
Mcnomonic chapici collcci moncj foi die 
heart fund This year, as soon .i* firei 
m ini ^!. i finals were over, Wintei Carni 
v.il was ushered in and with ii ili< Phi's 
sponsored ilu "Sno Ball" which high- 
lighted the weekend. Depicting the 
dreams <>i .1 young bride, Ihc Alpha Phi's 
won [he mosi beautiful caiegor) .11 Slum 
11 with ihcii presentation <>t "Oul oi 

lii addition 10 man) • >• J>« 1 >< tii itit 1 il»' 
local chapici <<( \lpha Phi was given ihe 
honoi ol acting as hosts ai (he initiation 
ol .1 new chapici in I ■ Crosse in March. 
I In* was .in inspiring experience which 
will lingei in ihc memories "I ihc .;iil> .i* 
Alpha I'M continues 10 grow nationall) 
through the coming \< an 




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RanUni Wan Whritn; Ulanr Wrniln; Rami Sanuiluti Carol Miller, 

MllKii now Kauiih tniam .. Barbara Matter: Mini Hotly; uif] < lane Proton: 

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ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA 



pink tea id ptedge tea 



Sadie Hawkins' week was ushered in 
will) :ui official decree by women of the 
Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority. The Sadie 
Hawkins' •lame climaxed the week ol 
February 17*24 when the women of Stout 
State CoIIck<- reigned supreme and had 
» chance to chase •■ man. In ihc spring 
□ledges o( all sororities were guests of the 
Alpha Sigma pledges at a Pink Tea. This 
gave the girls a chance to become better 
acquainted, ro remind everyone thai St. 
Valentine bad come round, the girls gave 
a tea on that day for all the students. 

I hrough sisterhood Alpha Sigma Alpha 
works for the individual development ol 
members - physically! intellectually, so- 
cially, and spiritually - a* well a* foi 

group development. Vs a sisterhood ihcy 
are active in ever) phase ol campus lii* 
.mi! air known as women ol action. 

Vlplia Sigma Alpha was founded at 
Umgwood College, Faimvillc, Virginia, 
Novcinbci 16. 1901, and has ih« distinc- 
tion ol being the first national soroni) 
founded in the twentieth cennin 




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DELTA BETA 



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The Delia /ci. i sororiiy, the largest of all 
iiaiioiial vdoiiiic*. started its very busy 
yeai wiih a Halloween mixer. "Spooky 
Hollow." In keeping with the theme the 

girl* gave a live cat as the door prize. The 

DZ's used a card theme in their campaign, 
"Kat) Cardinal for Homecoming Queen." 
and iheir homecoming float, "We'll Ocio- 

tie Victory" won the iiiom original award, 
atcr in the fall "Little IVaniii Week." and 

a song-rest at Eichelberger Hall climaxed 
pledging. During the busy Christmas holi- 
d;n season, the DZ's took time out from 
their active schedules to stuff toys for the 
children at the Northern Colony. Soon 
alter, as pan of their philanthropic project, 
the Delta Zcta's IhIjkiI with shium.-i rcgiv 
nation. Then ih.y were bus) with the 
many activities ol Wimci Carnival, ice 
carving, tug ol war. and dancing ai the 
Snowball, where the traditional Delta Zeta 
<|iiill w.is given away. With the warimh of 

spring, the DZ's sponsored a Heidelberg 
l ea with its German atmosphere and "ale 

and beer," 



Vr|> light up .iinl l"i> >i"n clunu> nn i>ur ijnili.' 
mm iiir o) i.r jiun iij|-rl. Anne truer, and Jon Kroner. 

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M.i. Kmli Hi>|>liii>|«if;rf: llaiki Mc (line: M111 (.iinuii. 



1M M rr.SII.ON OMICKON 



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By means of ihcir bulletin board in Harvey 

Hall. 1'lii Upsilon Omicron presented a ihougln 
For every week to students on their way iu classes. 
Sometimes serious, sometimes humorous, the 
quotations were readily applicable to daily situ- 
ations. The girls once again brought clicer to 
many people by caroling at Christmas time. 
Following the caroling the local alumnae chap- 
ter acted as hostess at a chili party. To bring 
birthday cheer to all studcius. 1'bi V made it 
possible for parents lO order birthday cakes. 



Two of Phi U's fundamental purposes arc to 
encourage interest in home economics and the 
promotion oi intellectual development, carried 
out through a professional meeting with Epsilon 
l'i lau and a joint meeting with the Home 
Economics Club, Tocmphasni the importance 
of inti-Nii m.tl devdopmeni a recognition tea 
was held in the (all honoring all women who 
bail made the Dean's List the previous semester, 
.m<! a freshman girl was presented with a scholar- 
ship for lur outstanding scholastk record* 



Cmnpailny ih-h-« rlir >;iil> |,l»n mi- 
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M(.\l \ SIGMA SIGMA 



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As tin* members <>l ihc Siginn Sigma 
Sigma *"i«n ii \ enmc back foi flic ItlSS-flS 
ycai ilicy hnuicd lately embarked <•» plans 
and prcpartions .«»i the Homecoming Us 
m ii ma. ihc Halloween TcOi •mil a tea hon- 
oring new faculty members. These activi- 
lies, liowcver, were jusi ■> sample <>l the 
busy times ahead* Juii a* tiling* began '<> 
settle down <<» the routine <») * lasswork and 
iiudy, the in Sigi were again caugltl up 
in a whirl <>( activity, with preparations i"> 
tin Sweetheart Dance, which they ipomoi 
joint!) with Hit Phi Sigs. 

I liroughoui ihc year, the girls were bus) 
with tlicii ham rales and with so< i.il services 
foi the school and community. At the stari 
nl iIm- second scmcstci the 'Iri sigs joined 
the othci organizations on campus m 
prepare l<>i Stout's traditional Wlntci 
Omiival; -mil in the spring they lu-lil iheii 
annual dinner dance, VcSi the year was a 
bus) one foi ihc Tri Sigma sorority, bin 
ihc contribution! they were able lo make 
in lilt* in the college ami community made 
ii a satisfactory, u well as an enjoyable one. 



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The chiel purpose «»i ihc Intcr-Frntci 
niiy Council Is to promote die welfare ol 
friendship among the m»inl«n <>t Greek 
Icltei fraternities I bcii main goals aw 
in urcngthen (he bonds between tralernl 
lies and i<> raise the standards foi all fra- 
(emit) metnlx n 

i be Council v is ihc dates foi Hell Week 
.iii.i establishes the rules and regulations i"i 
pledging. During Hell Week, IFC pro 
vidca a sncakoi who acquaints the pledge* 
wiib the ideals «>i Fraternlti life 

In pioinnic Mlml;ii*liip and physical 
him v' ihc Council awards n trophy ■«> the 
fraternity wiih the highest scholastic aver 
age and .i trophy to the fraicmit) with il»' 
besl aihlctii record, I he IFC alio ipon 
..»iN .in nil Greek dance which is attended 
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ALPHA rill OMEGA 



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Blue and tan jackets were a familial sight 

on campus as tin- im-inhcis ol Alpha I'lii 

Omega, a service fraternity affiliated with 
ihc National Council ol I Joy Scouts, plung- 
ed into nnothci active year. Marking the 
high point ol activities, APO again sponsor 
( .ii in- Ugliest Man On Campus contcsi and 
dance. All proceeds from this activity were 
donated to charity. 

Continuing the tradition ol scouting, 
\PO's lend a "helping hand" in many 
pluses nl school ami city lil»'- Mining the 
fall, members held a cai wash and wax. 
.m<l Mild comfortable Stout cushions F01 
those attending the football games. Ful- 
filling one "I the main purposes of the 
organuation— service to youth and com- 
munity—the APO'SSpenl time leading and 
advising Boy Seoul troops in the city ol 
Menomonie. T h e fraternity members 
ushered for many school au<l local civic 

events and solicited campaigns for I he 
March ol Dimes Fund. Inter-collegiate 

fraternity activities and the attendance at 

the National Council ol Alpha Phi Omega 

in Kansas Cit) in December completed 
another year ol college scouting. 



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CHI LAMItDA 



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hi [licircominii.il ct leu 10 support tin whole- 
sonic growth ol cxh.k un i, nl.11 activities on 
campus, the members ol Chi Lambda Fraternity 
sunt the yen with their lively street dance. 
Later in the year, just before the Lenten season, 
this group sponsors iheii .111nn.1l Manli das 
Hall In preparing for this dancd one ol the 
high spots ol the second semester's social events, 
the members pm in many months ol planning 

and hard work lo make the Hall a success, 



Homecoming finds the members ol this fra- 
(entity working on iheii Boal and horn 
their alumni brothen ai a Homecoming break' 
fast. The Chi ijuiUbs |>ani(ij«ic in such on- 
campus events as Wtniei Carnival, Stunt Might, 
ami intramural sports. 

Throughoui theycai members ol Chi Lamb 
1 Li arc easily recognised bj theii gray and white 
jackets and gray blaiers. During Pli 
die traditional red lie and battle ax distinguish 
ihc Chi Lambda pledge. 



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DKl.TA KAPPA 



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A bit of New York night life enured Stout's 
campus as the Delta Kappa fraternity again pic- 
icntcd [licit annual Tacky Drag— a one-time 
crazy doilies (tarty which has recently taken on 
a nightclub atmosphere. The DK's itrivcd hard 

and succeeded in presenting an activity which 
provided many with an inexpensive, mi enter- 
taining experience. Later in the (all. the frat 
challenged the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority to 
i game of football, which ended in a 13-13 tic. 

Then, in November, the group served as host 

to the Delta Kappa national convention. 



Christmas, a lime for peace anil goodwill to- 
ward all mankind, found die DK's spreading 
joy to many Menomonie families with basket* 
filled with food and candy. After vacation, 
thoughts were turned to preparations for the 
Winter Carnival, and later to the Delta Kappa 
Dinner Dance. The entire year was a busy one 

for the DK's but through ii all the members 

tried to maintain high standards on campus, 
and to foster the development of leadership, 
fellowship, and scholarship through the socializ- 
ing inlluence of fraternal life. 



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(Iioici |tii«ii: Rill Jiixli; UiMt Pepper; RnuM -S.lml.cii: I>«j"!c Dnitat-. |*ni I)ugin>l'-. \ ■ . i 

IHIKIl ROW: Milt Mann! K'-jpi MI-Hj: KoOJlrl lU-.lhun: Bab <>-•<'<: l..n **— fttTWT lt»rfiu< Ilrl-llil; jiim 6nl 

VIiti — Ici; Jrioine Hill; Ri>lmi RinHr. 



KPSII.ON 1M TAU 



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Service, learning, and fun comprise the 
year's activities of Epsilon Pi I an. Siout's 
honorary fniterniiy for men. A continued 
service of EPT is their visitation and re- 
cruitmeni program in collaboration with 
Dean Pedcrscn: the purpose of this pro- 
gram is to inform high school students 
about the Industrial Education ami tin 
Industrial Technology curriculums of- 
fered at Stout. Throughout the year sev- 
eral meetings arc held, at which profes- 
sional men. in the lield of industry. Speak 
to the Epsilon l*i Tan on various subjects 
of interest to the members. Each year, one 
of these meetings, held in conjunction with 
ihc girls' honorary professional Fraternity, 
Phi Upsilon Omicron, is open to the en- 
tire student body. For pleasure, Epsilon 

Pi Tau annually holds a Christmas party. 

to which the member's Families are i" 

vited. In addition to the annual picnil 
in the lpriltK< a Held trip is planned. 

Dr. Philip Km hi is the trustee, and this 
ycai Mr. Wesley Face became .1 co-trustcc 
«>) the organization. 



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IMII OMEGA BETA 



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Scholarships were again presented il»i> 
M.n by members <>i the Phi Omega lieu 
fraternity. According to the policy "I il"' 
l o li. Fund, three scholarships arc award 
ed through the college i« deserving fresh- 
man athletes. Duffy's I'avern, an annual 
i.ill event i"i the F.O.IVs, led .» busy icaioti 
ol activity, and theb authentic "Hillbilly 
Band" captured first place ■<•< the huinoi 
ous division in the Homecoming parade. 

\iin tin Chrislinas recess, the I'lti Ome 
ga Dcta fraternity offered the Stoui students 
"old- time" |M>ll.i musb .is ihcy sponsored 
iin Hemchmldhaus Ball. Capturing first 

place t"i the mosi hi row, the F.D H t 

spent man) limn* designing and molding 
i lull liii M/c mow ■ i ill pi m i I. .I the Wintci 
( niin.il iu sponsoring i1t» cvei pnimljr 
Slum Night, the F.O.U-s again gave ihcii 
inemben an opportunity to reveal ihcii 
talents \ first prl*c< ash awaril and trophi 
.mil .i second place plaque were awarded 

in the winners. 1 1» organizal ." tlvitics 

i»i tvro pledge terms niul ih< spring dinnei 
dance concluded nnothci hicccssIuI year. 



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Oil Men mini I lln fourth .iiinu.il Phi 

Sfg i .ilcni Nlghi was prcicnied befort i 
caput n \ i rowd ol itudcntsand faculty, .mil 
die three mosi talented .m- were given 
prizes, From Hi* proceed! > onc*thounntl 
dollar tcholanhip wai prcicnied 10 tht 
school to be used for tht itudcnt-loan fund 

\i ihc I'lii Slgina Ensilon national con* 
clave, Stout's Omega cnauici received tin 
National Elflcicnc) trophy. < ompctilion 
among .ill national fraternities ■» keen, and 
ihctrophy ii preKiiicil 10 ihc chaptci most 
active fraternal!) and 101 ially. 

The fraternity"* version »\ "Born to 
l iim " won second place in the most huraoi 
ous (livUion in the Homecoming parade 
and everyone enjoyed the Phi Sia mow 
curving ai the VVintci Carnival, During 
the ycat the Phi sin> kept busy with work 
mi the new fraternity house purchased b) 
tin Alumni chapter, communit) work, cat 
washes, the Sweetheart Dance, co sponsored 
with the Si|iim Sigma Sigma sorority, and 
ichool activities) Including football, basket 
ball) and Intramurals, 

A great year ended with the minual 
spring picnic for graduating members who 
now \'*>\. forward to being pan <>l the 
Alumni chapter. 







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SIGMA I AC CAMMA 



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Winning ihe competition for the most 
beautiful Homecoming fltxn is practically 
a tradition for the Sigma Tau Gamma fra- 
ternity. This year the prize winning Sig 
Tau float was a gorgeous orange ami black 
Monarch butterfly which lowered almost 
a story and a half above the crowd. How- 
ever, Homecoming is not the only activity 
in which litis group plays an important 
part. Some of the events sponsored b\ the 
Sig Tans include the all school mixer in 
September, a jazz concert in January, the 
Hootannie in May, anil one of the most 
beautiful and important dances of the year. 
the Rose Dance. 

Since finances are a necessary |x»ri of 
any organization's activities, the Sig Tans. 
easily recognized by their blue and white 
jackets, can be seen selling candy apples 
and ])0[>corn at the football games. A car 
wash in April also contributes to the money- 
making projects. 

The gentlemen of Sigma Tau Gamma 
are noted on Stout's campus for their scra- 
nades. Accompanied by several of their 
talented members playing guitars, a like. 
and a bass, this group continues to delight 
the student body with their music. 



FRON1 ROWi M^mn Hone Brian Walter K'r*" Mnn; Richard Ccmner. ircawnci: R»l>cn Jjimiln. pinidrni; Drnnii DiirIiiiLc 
tire Dirwilmt; Rrun ReppcTl^ H*iil UcK Darid Whcclff, WCrrUTT. SECOND HOW I lm Slaty, 1 Mc Ouch. I'cici Brflv Ricliinl 
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lortuid; R<**ii WoflKk; Richard Miti.!u..hii: Ri.hrii Itr-ilr.; 11MI Ro^nniii.i: (j.l IWira-it; Jim n.«Krn. lOliRTH ROW: I.Ihji.1 

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AU'HA PS] OMKCA 



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this was indeed a productive and exciting 
year tor the Stout theater group who presented 
a wide range of plays. The productions rouged 
from the I'uh Century to contemporary drama. 
Members and pledges o( Alpha 1'si Omega were 
active participants in the areas of acting, design- 
ing, building, painting, lighting, anil make-up 
which were necessary to produce three full- 
length plays. 

Zcla Beta is the Stout chapter of Alpha I'm 



Omega, the national dramatic fraternity, and 
membership is achieved through participation 
in the different areas nl dramatics. Vlpha Psi 
Omega mcnUi* enjoy watchittS phrfl as well 
as producing them, and the group traveled to 
Si. I'aul to attend a performance of THE OB- 
LONG CIRCLE ai the Edith Hush Theater. 
In the spring, three awards were presented tor 
the most valuable contributions i" Stoul theater 
in the past year. 



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ARTS AND CRAFTS 



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Amid i he hustle and bustle ol the 

school year, the members of Arts and 
Crafu t lull final time to produce many 
worthwhile and useltil products. Adept 
in such media as wood, metal, leather, 

ii];t\tiis. ,iii<l ceramics, ihcii skilled hands 
produce such useful aids as models for 
demonstration in the classroom, 

IVtce a year the Arts and Crafts Club 
initiates new members. A high scholastic 
standing is a prerequisite for membership 
in the pre-profcssional organization. 

Founded in I9S1 by their advisor, Mr. 

Kranzusch, the guild holds weekly meet 
ings. On the basis of merit points, club 
members are awarded gold keys at their 
annual club banquet. 

The week of Homecoming found the 
Arts and Craft Club selling booster but- 
tons to the Smut student body. During 

the chill of winter, members sponsored 

their annual caul party, and in the spring 
they held their last meeting at their fare- 
well picnic. 



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Busy is the word which best describes 
Stout's Dietetics Club, This organization, 
open to all dietetic and inMinnjun.il man- 
agement majors, maintains an active sched- 
ule throughout the year. 

The first big activity ol this school term 
was a field nip. taken in October, to Ro- 
chester, Minnesota. This excursion proved 
to be educational as well as entertaining, 
for i lie group was able 10 visit the kitchens 
in the Kahlcr Motel, tour the Mayo Clinic. 
and meet ilie nutritionist at the Rochester 
Public Health Center. 

As Christmas drew near, the girls again 
entered into their traditional mniK.-y-iu.ik- 
ing project of baking and selling their 
Scrumptious fruitcakes. This year the 
girls baked and sold .til pounds of fruit- 
cake. Another traditional club activity 
was the continuance of their community 
projects: this year the students made nap- 
kin holders for the Dunn County Hospital. 

Each March the group spnnsnts .i tea foi 
the pur|M)sc of observing and publicizing 
National Nutrition Week. The Dietetics 
Club concludes their school year by award- 
ing a medical dictionary at the Honor's 
Day program to the outstanding senior. 




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most ROW: Janice Petcnoo; }m«nr Unit: liil Mimon; Bcda Gntow. btmura: Hrtni MorioU, ; ' cwA •«• 

iiioiiU-iil: I'ji Arem lutein, mi'un: lUil.n. niirxilniij;; Viixinu Rumn*. MlOMiKoW MupiO |»™-». ad>t*w: Baib Kncnov 
Uil\ DkM; MiRitiu Traumunn: Man Wlirlm: Nam) Kim-in. Huron Knarpi; Vlrpmia Umctr tuibm Mno-tai; Karen Rata: 
Kami Obrmiller. I IllRU ROW: Caiolr Kc.i<*ti; k*ih« ImJd: s«r KWn; lartk Fmaun: I" M"i Sam|-Mt; »««"*"'' 
philitl Dihn Cciii lire--. |jii Miuhdl: Urn. (<*i«. jdiiwi MURIM Kim Pai Junircti: \.»<* Ri-in.ii repwirf; k»ihi**i 
Sharon MnMOa: DOTOth) W.imiuii: Nlilrke Ojnahl: Ruili Simuhnd; Jam* Runtr: Aniummk Mh.nunn. M..« \tit>. OAfNtUt 

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Mill..; Ylnfflii rnaimanas |"'l» S.m<*>: Kji.m ll,»k*; Mui.« Wv.u v..m. 
s - ,.tw-T. Barton Kniuw Hinta Man; Sarah IJiucfieM. mMmt, 



Mi- lohit |im. Kna K.t krii.Kii Uld Kllhl Bilk Jl 

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IIOMK ECONOMICS CLUB 



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Having ihe distinction oi being the larg- 
est professional organization on the Stow 
State College campus, the Home Econom- 
ics Club, which is associated with the 
American Home Economics Association. 

was again very active during the past year. 

Founded with the purpose of widening 

and stimulating cultural interest and social 

experience oi its members, the dub partici- 
pated in such activities as the sponsoring of 
the first all school "get acquainted" mix- 
er during registration week, the fall style 
show given to present an appropriate col- 
lege wardrobe — ami as in previous years, 
the traditional freshman Green Tea and 
the sale of Stout's cherished recipes. 

This year the president-elect. Carolyn 
Spargo, traveled to Miami. Florida to at- 
tend the National Convention of the Home 
Economics Association held to further in- 
terest in home economics. 

At the close ol another year the scniOl 
girls were honoied at a breakfast, a fitting 
Farewell to Stout's graduating girls. 




I\ I ERNA1 IONAI. RELATIONS 



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"Our Country Is Tlic World" was the 
theme of the International show presented 

by the iniriii,iiiim.ii Relations Clob dur- 
ing Parents' Weekend. With this show 
IRC was able 10 acquaint noi only Stoui 
students, bui also their parents with the 
customs characteristic of die native coun- 
tries of die loreign students, IRC also 
carried out this theme in their ice carv- 
ing for Winter Carnival. This year I KC I 
adopted a song to DC SUng at meetings and 
othei functions entitled "My Country Is 
The World. " The words, which were 
written by Robert Whitaker, are sung to 
the tune of America. 

During United Nations Week, IRC co- 
sponsored the UN Tea with the Home 

Ktonoinic (Mul). Also in connection with 

the United Nations, representatives of IRC 
attended a model UN ai the University 
of Minnesota. Under the sponsorship of 
the International Relations Club. .1 Peace 
Corps director came to Stout and spoke on 

the importance of his organization and 
the need for Peace Corps volunteers. 




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nxhliutan. »kc pcakknli Sam Pcxh.il>™: Tarira Unbar); Ki«* Rahl WOftl) «(» I 

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education and idfyuw 



In keeping with our times, ihc Inter- 
Religious Council developed the theme 
"Ineology in ■. Scientific Age" to l«- can 
lit. I ihroughoui the year. I he adjustment 
.mi.I coordination ol science and theolog) 
i> ,i majoi issue which was well worth em- 
phasising .11 the Foui dinnei meetings \i 
«.ii !i cljiiiui ,ni emineni spcakei was featur- 
ed, the iii*i "I whom was Dr. Paschkis <>i 
Columbia University who spoke on the 
v 1. 1 foi World Peace and uie S< ientist's 
Responsibilities." Vnothei speakci was a 
Biblical nrcheologisi who spoke undei the 
ihcmc "Arehcologj Views I'hcology." 

Mi-. Inter-Religious Council correlates 
.ill religious organicKtons on campus, and 
consists ol several representatives from each 
denomination. Hie main objectives ol 
ilu- organuation arc to stimulate student 
religious development, u> administci re 
ligiousacih itics. and to promote an under- 
standing <il the relationship thai should 
exisi between highei education and i< 
ligion in n democratic society. 




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ikiini mm m m I'nii. k i s.i ".*,, ii..- prantatj Ukc ]'<>■• Pmowo. ircreat): m»»i«ih Kcwmcrcr. woMeni; i tmu Ludu 
kaihim ii„i, k.. Knimoikl SKON1) kou KjI|>i. Itmoa i*t*ot hi,,, ctiuc: Kaicn Oe WMi [jkc Pioun: -uihIm Wmm 
M.., k -,.i.t ikihii kou K.t ItaUrqur; |mi Ran KuK..,, ) |otimoa; Rubin Kniuw Minm Dunn: J<* DkUnbcfpt. 




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\i,r ptr*kl«nl k.ir-n Kiln. ii.Mi-|-.nilinii xiidnt: I UkI Kmn—i sno\l>k<H\ . \ ■ 

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LUTHERAN STl'DKNT ASSOCIATION 



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l~ist i.ii! the Lutheran Student Center once 
again received a (ace lilting. The improve- 
iiiiiih included modernization of the meeting 
room, chapel, ami study area. Added 10 the 
Study room, which provides a cjnict place for 
students- to study, were built-in cupboards and 
hook shelves for the expanding library. Christ 

Lutheran Chunh loaned the .enter a beauti- 
ful hand painted oil painting ol Christ for the 

altar, which greatly enhanced the beauty ol the 
chapel. In this chapel the members took pan 
in communion services in tin fellowship ol 



friends and Fellow students. All the work "ii 

the center was done i>* students, making ihe 
unprovcrncnu more appreciated bj everycou 
utother highlight <>! the Krai semcstei was 
a trip to Minneapolis, At thai time thi LS Vt i- 
visited nun) churches and received new in 
sights into other religious denominations. 1 wo 
non-credit Bible classes, ottered each semester 
i<> all interested students, resulted in broadei 
knowledge "! the Christian religion, rhesi 
classes were conducted b) an intern and t pa* 

(.ii ot ,i local church. 



ii.in! wont i ng Njih« Rcnwldi >' |bm "••' 'J HW 
IURP) I s \'ci» "h,i iniil ii.l in to tit"'«lfl ihr train. 



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\\ .i professional organlzaiion composed <ii 
itudcnis majoring in the meiali field, iht Metali 
Guild is intended lo enhance ihc members' 
knowledge ol new technique*, products, .mil 
advances m the metalworking field -mil to 
furthei develop skills Id the use ol tools, ma- 
chines, and products Membership U open to 
men who have the required numbei ol metal 
courses .mil the propci grade poini average in 
these courses, I he main objective ol the organ- 
ization u to nit rcase ii»- prof* tsional effii ieni - 
.in,! la ial competence <»i .ill its rocmbi i s 



Under the direction ol tin club's advisors, 
hi. Withe, Mr. Face, Mr. Mall in. and Mr. 
Gerbcr, die members conduct rcgulai meet' 
ings on die first and third Monday nights »t 
die month and schedule work nights on alter- 
nating weeks A i these meetings Minis on the 
metalworking industry, promtneni speakers, 
and individual reports bj members give val- 
uable information to the members on their Fu- 
ture life's work, Sihj.i1 functions are held: and 
.is .i highlight ol the year, .i Held trip was 

planned and enjoyed by the entire gTOUp. 



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S.N.E.A. 



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To prepare today i«>i the wink ol tomorrovt 
might well in* the motto ol the Siudcni National 
l.lut .ii i< hi Assot Eation on Stout's campus. Hie 
">\l \ i>. .i professional organization Con college 
studenu who are preparing i" become teat hen 
The members <>i ihu group are alto itudem 
member! ol the Wuconiin Education -Assocu* 

lion and the Naiion.il Kdutalion AsMieialum: 

during the year, theK itudenu attend tome <»! 
iht* meetings .mil conventions held by the stale 
and national organuations. 



I be purpt* ol tin Stoui \i \ b to pro* ich 
opportunities i"i professional growth, cultiva 
Hon oi leadership and foi participation In th< 
piogianix sponsored ii the various levels. I in 

StOUl M' \ ailmu* lliiM- (kii|"im* li> Milt-<rib 

inn '" professional magazines, broach rung ii» n 
knowledge ol education, and l>\ fellowship ." 
tivltics. \i theii meetings the) explore ihe 
field <»l education b) listening to teat hen, hold 
[ng panel discussions, and scting out slots "i> 
i he life <»i a teacher, 



moM now liMa Sthuhi Rownun ii-.a-u-.i. m..ii». lUmltram Lib 

th.il.nr I'.h hlfllTOfl. MKUii; Mwtori M.llii. uubl hlttoiUn IftMuili- KailiMil Miomikm" |< 

1,1; K.r.n IVI.kiuI. M>o W..II: ll.iu I ."i lljlim. M.ii.n Dunn M.nl.i. M<tl»t—h l'*l Kutiti I *i..l 
I. ■ \\<„ I IIIKtt HOW I Mull. vliull.. H.nirl M.( lllR P« l'.M, I N»b l.lllf* Imnln l'."l I*" Mm Win, 

to.i.,1 IHcMbnr. ChulMir »>ilnt Imkr <*i*n« ml rim now l.Uinr k»n i ■ i i 

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Slrivmanitn reviwil iholi educational pntgram 

U\ >i. . .. mi. ilng* with (HM nu 

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ihnuglii ,.- (mind in iii, ivriHnjp ol Vtiguiriw 



I 1)0111 '* \«|« - |' " n«l 1 1 '•'■ More, 

ri\U uraup wm umlei ii» Btildann ol Mr, 
KJchaitl Iik.IihIi .u»t Mi. Koben Sailivr, 

iii»« twain i in Ni "in- n library wan hirtlioi 
enlarged b) tin luidcmi iq » ^« » • n idlni 

uudy-dltcouj o i Social cveni« through 

,un iiu \i.u Included • unit) Christina* 

curolingi i" iimtnu breaMail*, Sunday Hip 

|m h. .ii.i \\» annual Si Patrick i Ita) dano 

Chli wai realUing ■ i»*- Importance ol con 
Haiti ipiriitial lelf'rtnewal Ncwtnaniiw wen 
glad in have ihc prtvileftt ol attending tl.uh 
ifirnuMiit Mau ni it" iwm chapel ronmifieo 

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■tomldfKDavtd 1.-.11... (inn Mien Boh ■■• Paul lUlllnpua FOURTH ROM Donald llbkti 1.1 kn W ; 



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Any iiuihIk i i»l ilu K.nlm l-Ui iioiiit s 

Club with a novice or general license ma) 
operate the radio transmitter in Room 210 
ol Fryklund Hall. With this transmitter 
conlacl is made all ovci the world, Future 
plana include the installation ol satellite 
tracking equipment and .i standard Navj 
radar system, 

Foi km 1 1*, i training in the use ol radio 
iraiisniittcrs the club participates in trans 
iniiiri hunts. A transmitter is hidden in 
or ncai Menomonie and members ol the 
group in i" locate ii b) following the sig- 
nals received «►" directional receivers Vd 
dEtional practical training is obtained with 
the operation and maintainancc ol the 
college publii address systems. I his service 
j\ free fen the school and its organisations 

I he Radio-Electronics Club .il«i> nudics 
the International Morse Code, whidi gives 
special help to members who wish to take 
the qualifying exam foi a Federal * iommu 
nications Commiss Vmatcui Licenses 

In stimulate intcresi in radio .on) clc 
ironies the club provides information on 
.mi. mill radfOi itercophonii sound) high 
Hdelityi and radio control. 




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lUMil Hill. « lull d«l MtaK I Ma 

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Firing again coinmenccd oa campus al the 

Sioui kill' Club mii'i i" partii ipate in 

bfghl) ikillcd competition 

it*vc i ng ii* Dm \'.«i .i- .i niiiiii.ii .it ilit 

National Collcgiau Rifle League, the Stout 
Rifle < itii' had fifcj two conference matches 

against the University c4 Calil ia, Brigham 

Voting, and othei well known universities and 
military m!m»i]« bctoh Uic country Menibci 



ihip in jucli .i league prcsenu widcl) separated 
teami wiih ihe opponuniij <»f competition. 

I In- matches, known ai postal matches, are 
fired on the campuses <>i the individual col- 
lege! and (he totals an km »• the National 
Rifle Vssociation and '•> (he competing mIhhiI 
Foi comparison! Team members use l'_ cali 
ber, three pound trlggci pull, rimfire rifles. 
From .i distance ol Fife.) feci the ihootcr musi 
fire from three positions 



i hum m>\\ pai UanDon, pauli i ■' ..ii Bob Ritpnow listen WillUnu | Irw i u»i -.■>•-»>■*. UcMn 

mtr, Samlra Ni | iM SECOND ROW Mil Ktaii. ad< Dcnnu llama: Sine lUnwn: liwtmr CWfanne; 

I' 1 " ' ii. .'..,. hm in,., iiiikii an" ii.ii Kiutm; ron Drtewn; l-m Kufahl; Punm I •■ >»-. 

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Composed <>l .ill mi n who havi woo -. 
iiujoi fetter, ilii S Club hu is Its priaur) 
function the promotion and furtberin 
the iihleiii inu n iu <>\ tin colli p in 
ordi i i" protnoti aihli ik inn n m. . ipirii 
ol rporutnatuhip, and high morali uii s 
i hih iponson .,ti inii.iiiiiM.il u io gsaiu 
i ii n inn rested parrii ipants vk foi bon 
nis in t.-iilnll. Ii.i*kcclull and baseball 

Besides Ktivi participation En iports 
ihe main activity of thi club is Ou S Qub 
Carnival I be fraternities sororities, and 
otbci campus organisations pa) a imm 
fa in (imi ,i booth "i concession uand 

I \< Hi uirni fend 9 [Olive m<>inl hll tin 

in u the decorative Im»>i1^ open and the 
Inn begins. Procecdi from thb evem brinn 
tin i lull urn mi |i i Ion i i" Its goal ii" 
purehaae "1 jackets and letters 

\i tin Honoi l>.i\ program blue [ackets 
.mi! letters arc awarded i" outstanding 
athletes rhete nun must havi partic* 
paled in rarity iports foi two sears while 

iiKiiiii.iiniiiK .' * ' atadi mil 

uudics On ibis occasion ti» award foi 
the exceptional freshman .hum in rarsil) 
sports is also presented. 



m»M Kim Ltuilr* luhntim; |*il Nrutuuri. am tun Rutuiri M-- "><• WlllMi" Wn |im r*uliii I,i ■ H 

,.,.-,.i.,M Knl I. ..m,. ,,.,- .....i.tint. Inn H»1»l«« *MONI) Kim (Hll IMuic W«n» llin* m.n...,m.-. 

hoh Oil Im.i Sqtpllnk, k.«.. vi , ...iv (. l-homi-nn in.. • mMm l"»"» ( •'"' 

■iltliMi WjIi novo; Hiiii.m Kuriin; n>n UiGfnnh: i-m. Rritkl; ^inlonl triton: hn <»Knii«. Mind m.ii.. mi rim mm i>- 
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Each year ilic Ski Club leads the Win- 
ter Carnival activities held here on cam- 
pus in February. A* a major attraction, 
they sponsoi the "Jalopy Rate" in which 
cars entered by the different organizations 

compete lor three trophies. \lso a nan of 

the winter Carnival events is the baseball 
nine between tin* Kan Claire Ski Club 
and tin.- Stout Ski Club. I hit is an actual 
game played on the ice witli both teams 
wearing skis instead <>i shoes. 

I Ik- members «l ski Club are interested 
■mi only in mow skiing, but also in watei 
skiing, ice-skating, ami tobogganing, 
rhese various activities allow the club to 

he bus\ almost i lu- entire vhool year and 

also provide opportunities for many more 

Students lO take |>ari in and enjoy. 

Each January it is customary during 
semester break lor the club members to 

take ii casj I enjoy themselves on a *>ki 

trip, Inn this year because of tin- lack ol 
snow, it was not possible 10 make stiih 

a trip. However, on weekends members 

skied • arby Teh-mark. Hardscrabblc, 

and Deepwoooi To end a x""*l year ol 
fun and fellowship, the club held a pit oil 
in the iprhifl for all its members. 



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Tlii" I titer- Varsity Christian i-Ylluwship. 
an international ciiKani/ation which teul 

to deepen the spiritual life of the student 

and his understanding of the Bible, II i'|> 
resented on the campus hy tin* Stcmt 
Christian Fellowship. As an inlcr-denoini- 

national organi/i i seeking to cooperate 

With the local churches. S.GF. purpose! U) 

strengthen the spiritual life oi college '">■ 

dents and help diem develop into well 

balanced nun and women. 

The members ut S.CF. hold informal 

weekly meetings on Wcdncsdayi for liiblc 

study, prayer, and fellowship. Spec ial so 

c i.d meetings and exchange meetings with 
the Kan Claire and River Falls chapters 
are held periodically in order to become 
better acquainted with siuiilai groups cm 

other campuses. 

StOUl Christian Fellowship docs not 
eliminate the six id side of college life from 
its calendar. This year a fall picnit offered 
freshmen a chance to gel acquainted; .< 
Christmas card sale, which began before 
Thanksgiving, all school films, and Itible 

studies tcinsliliilcd the mhci activities. 




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ntO.N1 now Until rtlpp; lane OnLMtr. mnun. Eltubctti Sennrm. >"r pra 
iif. mi. i. k.iun Milium; lln.U I ml; doaldlBC Beit SECOND Hi>» |mS SmpMn. 



IhIiIi.: C l-.ii ii .- siqih.ii.: S^inli. WagMTi lllm lh.it: Minum- Ikii. Dm 
lixitflnit. Il.mi Millii. km Voddn: ILimi Mi Call 



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STOU'I STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

fhc Sioni Student Association is the 

onl) organhation on ipus thai works 

with and for all students, Meeting ever) 
fuesday, the s.s. \. < i.nsixix ol the nudeni 
officers, who are elected each ipring, the 
various class and organization represent* 
lives, who are elected by tlieii respective 
groups, and all othef Stout Mudenu who 
an interested in this governing group. 

lite hiiicliom "I tin S.S. V .in u> plan 

some "f the year's big social events, such 

OS Huiiu'C'iiiiiiiK. Winicl C:nim.d. ;unl the 

Commencement Dance: and i<> help oth< i 
organization! arrange then social activities, 
Phil ycai the group was raced with some 
new duties, too. In February ii served as 

hosi 10 the United Council Convcntu i 

ihc nine Wisconsin state colleges, and later, 
it sponsored the sales <■! tlic Stout Stall 
College rings, in addition i<> working l"i 
the bettcrmem <>\ Stouts social I it*-- tin 
S S. \ also concerns itsell »iili certain types 

Ol .iii.ldit pnililrmv As .1 .siudrni organic 

ration <>ii ciTiipu. ii. |ini|->M 1- always '<» 
serve ihf students and faculty. 




i> k KjimImik ■ ml |im Paulin, Horn"* [oottall apuint, 

.,.'in id, KJinr ball ii"i" Hoi •"•••* ([ucm. Sharon Wjw 

Itiiimir njtl.il (In .iiiiM.iiiH rmrnl ol lite WitKii C .111m.il 
Oni'it I11 naW ill iininimiii (in 11I Si.ti-1 iIiiik 




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I ROM mm M M. 1'ii.r. .mIk-h. (...mnr ll..»r. Hill \«i. .l<r pinMlrni: riutlfi MUNDB - 1111 " 

UUI rr.lluni. m> r; |jnrt kl.. r i.. I ill AhoU: Ralph IvmOU. MlfcOT, SECOND ROW Vlrgfib I .1. 

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Open Iwu* !«»' Sioui i campui priming 
i.„ itfijea wai again luoinorcd ihli jrwi b) 
,!„ members ol il» Sioui l ypogrnphjcal 
Socici) " i"" ol i<« Priming I ilui nion 
Week In (anuan cducaion ami i raF» 
,„,-„. .,< m, ind Imi rested in ih< priming 
field from Minnesota and Wbconilni ai 
,, Ml i,.i ill, rarioui ill* union zmupi and 

i i. i he opt ii home wa» concluded with 

.hi i vening Imik|UI r 

[In Sioui typographical Society, -•■■■■ 
,.,!,. I wiih iln Stoui Printing rcachcr'i 

\uoclaiion and tl» National Pi ng Edu 

radon i.ml.i. partii ipatcd in thro » paraii 

iripi during thi •■ nr, i tabling mem 

i,, r , i,, ■.., i , , lost i vie* "i man) otin i 

priming program! and organization! in 

i m|., ratiom I he annual s 

iiatloncr) wle and initialing ol new mem 
ben comribuicd to anothci bua) yeai toi 
Stoui'i professional prh j organiaiion 



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The Stotitonia i* something more than •• 
college newspapw ii U an educational pro 
ecu, Made up entirely ni itudents, <!»■ »t-«it 
docs ever) itepol production writing, prim 
Ingt and < Imitating. Conforming to k""^ i ul " 
■i.i L ■ si ir principles and prat ikes, The Stoutonu 

noi only offers iu ttafl memben an op| un< 

iiy to k;"" valuable knowledge and experience 
in writing •Hid reporting, bui alio helps iheoi 
build iii.n.niri i iii weekly Friday coition i* 
published throughout the ycai cx< epi mi exami- 
nation days. Putting inch besi efforts into each 
publication, ■ i»« - itafl memben can justly ex- 
perience i tense "i accomplishmcni and pride 
when iheh finished product ii released <<» the 
itudcnl I >' »< 1 > - 

Bui i«» stnfl members, ikm .ill iv laboring 
amid ink and cop) agalnsi deadlines, I (trough* 
out ■■■<- school ycai parties and social get-to 
gcthcrs were often Jn-l<1 foi .ill the memben 

During i in - first semester, Don Larkin served 
capabl) as editor, with None) Gigowski han 
dllng the duties "t assistant cdltoi Second 
scmcstci Nancj tookovci the position of cditoi 
During the ichool ycai the helpful and skilled 
advia "i Mr, VVbydotski, advisoi to The Slou- 
Ionia, clarified manj problems and qucttioni 
whit li arose, 

The Sloutonia i* one "l the mosi important 
student projects on campui because ii involve i 
even itudcnt: ami enlightcni and Infornu n** 
ol past, pre* m. and Future events, 




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As the hands ul the lower clock move 
.nut 111,11k every second oi life on ilic cam- 
pus throughout 'he year, so ii is the task 
ol the M.iii members ol THE TOWER 

n> .i>hvs and record a year's measure of 
college liie within the covers of this col- 
lege ycarlxHtk. Hath successive year an 
idea lot a new I'OU'KR is Imiiii and dur- 
ing the summer vacation the production 
editor develops and expands the idea into 
.1 basic design for an entirely new book. 
In the rail. photographers are eager to 
Capture the highlights of an exciting year 
as the literary staft prepares copy and 
creates captions. The staff followed the 
traditional pathways of basic production, 
bin tried to reach new levels in photogra- 
phy and in writing copy to give the book 
a definite character of its own. 

Under the shadow of the tower clock, 
the school year moves and the TOWER 

grows — till at last after a thousand de- 
tails, patient labors, revisions and deci- 
sions: alter proofreading sessions and trips 
m the engravers and printers and final 



Uicni] ..in... Bni] Cralow: 
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iIoik; llnli Craktw, editor; vjdiI - 

I «lll!"!l «-. ..ll. M.ll„l'l I.I' II 

nun. iiic>iii/«i]-m»; jih] liHiiw 
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FRONT ROW: Dr. Barnard, nlibor: |i«n Noin. iw.i\ Gnltm, lutun (dm-: l.mi llrtln. > Nann Rcnwli. cdUnri 

tini Mn-t. awodatc editor; Juki Khpilt; Margaret Glcnnou: Mr. Sunn, aditm SECOND ROW: Drauu Sinpan; k.* Bo 
1.ih i.tJhjin: lliili.il> < .im|>l«1l: ( ln-lmli Xctlinriri; I'julinr ln.li: l''iiU I'liml.: II \nn "il.m I HIRIl KtiU l.nuv '™M. 

Lob Hamca: Doom Ink.; Hob AiUan nw Krnbk; Cwndn llrfbig; \nn Rurit: llltii awe FOI nil" ki>\« VkU Hkte <•-." 
lltxi; iwm.iin Niri-.i: k-.uu NMiau Cbarla Tmatei: Ourir- Iihiii,. Harriet M.u.. viihIi- |*mr ! UaUfct iw.i\ n 







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solutiow to problems as die face of th< 
old tow docksMiphcidl) " , ' ( ' •'!"'" 

spring, ill* "«w " ll """ "' r0WER 

Ins come lurch. 

Wiih lime passing, ihc approach -t 
graduation am! the student* looking <»■ 
ran) summer vacation, ihe books arrived 
and were given sufl approval al Ik 
|°OWER banquet. And now we Wis 
TOWER I"- reached you, die »uulcnt; 
mat h serve in fix- (inure .i» .1 link be- 
tu..n id. pasi and the present. Foi some 
Mall nu-mbm nuilii.tiion will bring an 
end to a valuable experience in working 
with ilii> publication, bui we know thai 
time will wing forth new faces and new 
ideas. And we hum thai the established 
tradition ol striving foi excellence will 
always motivate future stall members ol 
this our yearbook, fHE TOWER. 




Production editor 1 •••■■ iirii-i. nipcnua ihc wml ol < hula 
n.i.mMii. \iiii. frfdnlund, it. -ti Lie, -nil ran KfjtUfc 




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lltnM KoW kfcB H-.l.i Mm N.liUjp-1. Inn. 

smiMi u«»n MD if. -. Warrea u-r iiiikn kdu 

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oIiiKty cud fjtmae ca-<wdiwataw 



Spluh along on Broadway" woa chosen .«» 

iln ii„ mc foi ii» watt i ihow g(v< 11 I" thi 5yn 

nliod Swim mi i-< aflici thb (rai Mi' 

l inm populai Uroadwaj plays wen used as ba< ) 

i tnuiii and as guide* in ill vclnplng the 

various .Hi- New cosiumci added coloi and 
• .mm. .mil modern dance and "landwori 

■ n also introduced into ih< i" rli ,: 
i i i, i iin i. ad) rshfp nI Mi Kobcri WHwn, 
ivrlmmcn me) one* • week 10 plaiii pre part) 
md i i" roudiH ■ foi i'» li waiei *ii"" 



Synchronized iwli ig bhics swimming 

wltlt .(..HIM nblllt) and rdlnailon, Precise 

coordination i* ini|iorintii low liicve the corn 1 1 
timing and rhyihni, Members ntotliry basi< 
icchnfquci nidi .i« iln l"'l .""I breast itrokt I 

.mil u« different rhythm! Uoni •■» iltclr 

rpn tni i i lie) i "i'.-'i'.' I" both ilinple 

.miiI (liiin uii undt iu-.ii. i and above watoi rou 

i i In it iuIioI tlita hard worl bant [fcctlvc 

nnd acitlti ill walcl "ballet, 



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man ROW Sbiwi •!■■■ Vnn Minhilli Inn k.-kx"-. M*k] ■•>»■ OWp Mflbf* judn IHbnu ■ rkhji 

I \mi Hh-k mhiMi K<m Nut*] NAiiniC *■'<"' Danncili **■■» Schule vwwuk Schwn<i*U; |i»n hUfcalnh; |od SMrOo; 

ttnam Uuknlik; ir„, w,. i Si t iwj «■■■> Rtooibnn nimn *<»" < - S«i n Hivm W«A Carol h* 

ibhfMtra Sclilrvri: !■■■■ r«i ■ Carol K..1-. m."k.i.i lUsdnhui; Mji) Hewi; Fount Roa I SHdl 



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"To make the best better," il»- motto ol 
the III organization, i-> the «";■! <»' all 
Siniii I ll members. I hrougli varied activ- 
ities such .in health and safety, recreation, 
citizenship, conservation, leadership, and 
\>n inti-. uilici projects, members have an 
opportunity to continue in III work while 
incy arc attending college. While ai Stout, 
club members .■!"> have a chance «• ex- 
change ideas from experiences in ihcii re- 
ipeclivc counties and work closely with the 
Dunn County 4-1 1 groups, 



bonni StnpMn, Man Inn [■t|(a, ■•»>' Retn Palmci 

I) pbn Hi'ii mi- r-. National i n < Itiu ' nngitw 





M . mil meeting, atmbtti ■■! iIm rin|MH < n * hib 
rnirrcl iwllaiBcnian piwoluic 



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fctoeaute citato 



Student thinking has been greatly chal- 
lenged iii the united progiaiu "' Wcsley- 
UCCF, not only in the breath ol the ccn* 
Hal theme, "The Word. The World, ami 

The Sacraments." Inn also through an el 

Fective scries "l "Fireside Chats. Meet- 
ing monthly in the nearl) completed itu* 
dem lounge, uudenti have been Faced 
with ideas ami opinions introduced by 
Faculty mcmberi in areas ol personal val- 
ues, marriage and Family living, and |»»li- 
ii( v Parti* ipants wen- able to ditcim their 
own opinions and beliefs in an minimal 

atmosphere outside the classroom. Ex- 
tended use ol the lounge can icd into study 

groups and a Forum which met to discuss 

the many aspects ol religious living. 

Activities went beyond the four walls 

ol the Center — they involved workcamps, 
siate conferences, Wisconsin Calendar 
tales, and an active pan in Stout Days, 

I Ik entire round « *i activities experi- 
enced l>\ the active members ol this cam- 
pus organization has enriched the individ- 
ual person in Faith and has also established 
a greater Fellowship among his campus 
friends who joined in bis sharing. 






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Mirnl-n ..I »"I"IMI Inn 11 jiniiui.lv m Mi WbUOB 

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The lively downs in the Homecoming 
parade lliis year represented the Women's 
Recreation Association as they held their 
(all balloon sale. WRA members were also 
active selling hot dogs as a concession at all 

home football games, and they offered a 
clayol athletic entertainment in sponsoring 
their annual Gym Jam. At this time the 
gym is open for all to participate in one 
oi several games. Affording WRA mem- 
bers more enjoyment were the Christmas 
party and several Sport Days — intercolle- 
giate activities sponsored for specific sports. 
Competition in a wide area of sports 
was Carried on throughout the year, rang- 
ing from the volleyball 10 the archery tour- 
naments in the spring. Intramural competi- 
tion was continuous through the year, of- 
fering an organized program consisting of 
a variety ol seven sports. The State Con- 
vention was also attended by delegates of 
WRA ai Eau Claire in October, and. fol- 
lowing the Spring Tea, final achievements 
for a good year's work were honored at 
Awards Day. 



ikom koh Damn Stowon; Hit* tun-m. KcrenfTt KatMoti B«k. prafdcnij CrfUtl niaijttx-iK. •»"■ piaMcni: K*ten stimiu. 

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Each spring is greeted with a sudden out- 
burst of bright colon and pretty new hats as 
the women on Stout's campus entertain thtir 
mothers at the Mother-Daughter banquet. 
The YWCA sponsors this all-campus dinner. 
Another highly successful function undertaken 
by this Organization is the Big- Little-Sister pro- 
gram. Before freshmen come to college in the 
Fall, they are assigned an upper classman who 
acts as a Big Sister. The two girls correspond 
during the summer and the prospective fresh- 
man can ask questions thai will help her adjust 



to college life. A Big-Liltlc-Sisui lea is held 

during iiic litsi weekend <>t school and there 
is the op|K>rtunitv lor ilu freshmen to meci 
many of the people on campus and to be in- 
troduced to the college social seem-. 

Though the YWCA is a small but active 
group on Stout's campus, it is ;» nan ol i vasi 
nationwide organization and the experiences 
gained by the members will Ik- verj beneficial 
to them in their future careers, especially in 
education. 



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CLTNAW. MARY FRANCES "" 
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Dannnoff. Donald- IV 129 

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DaugbenOeuirti. Rkh».d-l 10*. 223 

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Day, Mavn-I 105 

Ikalev Robnl-111 190 

|i-.,:i- Donna- 1 1 III 

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Dnln. Jtnilinn-ll 114 

lll-ltrirr-.JTi. RuwII-II III 

Deinint*.. Iliiliata-I 106 

DFIMSGER. MARIAS M 

De la Criu. /aca- Cud 150 

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Iklnli. Jour-Ill 120. ITU 

Delm. Mai»in-I 105 

IkmiLt. Manha-I 105 

Dab*. Paul-ll 111. 157. IV 

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DICKKANN, IK>N\li) *i 

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DONLEY, M.5RY MS 

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Doiwr. Judith- III 3*. 120. l-H 

Douglm. G.aie-lll 121, l«i 

Dougla.'. Thoniat-ll III. 1*1 

Dfaegei. Kalliim-I 105 

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Dulni.. William --II III. 202. 211 
Ditebnn, Kathleen Ml 120, |.«< ivi. -:n 



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DVAS, EDWIN 87 

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IM. J<>hn-I 105. 162 

Ihkn. RmeiMt}— I 105 

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Kulrllictx. Willwm-I 75. 105 

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Mnum, Jim-Ill 122 

llclnunn, Ruucll-IY 202 

Hon. Kjini-t 105 

Diner, WBjBe-U 157. 159. l7o, iw. 203 

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Uliv Citolc-ll I". 219 

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tntri. Tom-IV 195 

Kngcllr. Robcil-ll IH. 181 

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llnW. Inn -II 112. Ml. 190 

IRIH.II/. 1RKNK «2. 220 

tclmxnn. M«iihn-ll IM 

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l.kkwn. hntr-IV 29 

OUCKSON, KENNETH R5 

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FACE, WESLEY "" 

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l.mh.M. limolh;-! 106 

rALKOISXE, NOEL "7, 191 

taiboHa. 'I1«mia.-1 160. 162 

Itaulx. D»>d-ll IH. 22J 

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frfln. I)»vld-1 201 

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lentil. Diane— IV IW 

• nutlet. Joannc-I 106 

Icidon. Davld-I 106 

FoilMk, [Phn-I 20H 

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1'oeniiuln. 1'atikla-IV 129, II", 17", 181 

Incnnuirt. Roirnup-H l". IU 

I'««t. Anne-Ill 121. 180. 181 

l'c(Jr). Sirvrn— I 106 

Iruntirin. Shiile»-I 105. 217. 223 

I'kllfi, John-Ill 121 

IMltr, raiil<U-l 202 

l—tnilno. Nldt-1 157 

llulirr, (.iJir-IV 129, 300 

lithrr. Jaino-1 106 

Ranpo. Matpmiie-ii 111. 201, 220 

Hrming. lin>e.-III 121. 156, 157. IM 

IkOn. fhrodoit-l 106 

PLUG, EUGENE 87 

lormmrl. JanUr-l 106, 223 

h<raitiHl. JMn-II 113. 223 

Ink*. Itanna-ll III. I». 211, 212. 218 

Eob. faiol-l 10(1 

limnn, Katn— I 106 

I nl*>, No.man-11 IH 

lumi. 9ml>-n 113. 197 

I rrjTithxm. Da mm — III 

li«li»Li«n. DJvi.l-1 106 

lir,lri.l«m. Ruhatil-IV ISO. 157. 16" 

lirrnun. |a«iurline-IV 150. I7M. I"l. 193 

lire*. ...;.■.:.,. ill 71, 121. 182. 193 

rrrlwald. 'rti«nut-III 119. 121. 187, IW. 207 

KctkIi. UmU-l 106 

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li.*l«<h, C.Uon-III 122 

Iruth. Robeil-I IW. 162 

I'iicim, G»l«kllF-IV 150 

liilln. Lhailn-Il 111.201 



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lull*.. JudUta-l 106 

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(.ulnlunil. Annr-II IM. 211, 218 
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(.. ' !■■ Rolxil-I 106 

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lkiri.il, Juhn-I 106 

GaVd, l t «e.-HI 121. 170, 181 

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Gewviin. Caiv-H IH 

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lUKnnl. Mmj-IV 130, 179 

GiBU-ai. N»ik»-II 111. 211 

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Gilbriiwn. Zha-ll IIS 

(.ill. Sanitia-IV 130. IW 

Cilln, Unda-IV ISO. 181. IW 

Glemm, MiiK-rci Ann-Ill 121, 195. 212, 2IS 

1. mill.-. Audio III 121, 178. 197 

Godfrey, Gin-Ill 122. 186. 200 

(-Kllnry. Jill— I 106 

Goni, Ciarj-I 106 

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Camion. Nincy-I 106 

1 . ■, 1 :, M.^ HI 122. 181, 162. 200 

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C^iwlulk. l'ai.kia-H 113 

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Cimf, Jolin-GiMl 151. IB7 

Giahain, John-Ill IZ2 

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G.ai™. Rrl-..a-lll 121. 193. 212. 213. 213 

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Gruw. R«haid-I 106. 210 

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